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Doctor insights on: Constipation And Bloating During Ovulation

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What causes bloating during ovulation?

What causes bloating during ovulation?

Progesterone : During ovulation a small cyst ruptures and releases the egg. There is usually fluid and blood released too. This may cause bloating and pain. Progesterone levels rise and stay high for 2 weeks. This leads to some of the pms symptoms like bloating, fluid retention, constipation, and others. If the symptoms pass it is likely related to ovulation. If not you should see you provider. ...Read more

Dr. Philip Chenette
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Ovulation (Definition)

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Is bloating normal during ovulation? If so, what's the reason for it?

Is bloating normal during ovulation? If so, what's the reason for it?

Can be: Many women feel different things after ovulation. The hormone responsible is progesterone. Some women feel no symptoms others feel many. However, usually when people are monitoring their cycles the symptoms get more noticeable. ...Read more

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Pelvic pain and bloating during ovulation, help?

Pelvic pain and bloating during ovulation, help?

Hormonal Suppression: If these symptoms are always happening during ovulation (mid-cycle), it may be worth considering hormonal control and the prevention of ovulation using oral contraceptive/birth control pills continuously (skipping periods and only using active pills). Bloating tends to occur from the release of Progesterone that occurs when you ovulate. ...Read more

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Why do I get severe pain & bloating during the time I should be ovulating. It lasts about 36hrs. It hurts to walk, sit, bend. & at times debilitating?

Why do I get severe pain & bloating during the time I should be ovulating. It lasts about 36hrs. It hurts to walk, sit, bend. & at times debilitating?

Hormones: You have a hormonal surge when you ovulate, and apparently you have an untoward side effect from it as described by your symptoms. Check with your gyn dr. And they may be able to help. ...Read more

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i had intercorse without protection, during my ovulation and two days after i was feeling cramps and bloating and,,lasted for 2 days can i be pregna?

Yes: Whenever you have unprotected intercourse, you are at risk for pregnancy. Usually a urine test will not show you are pregnant until time for your next period. If symptoms continue, see your doctor and get checked, a blood pregnancy test can be positive within a week or so of conception. ...Read more

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Constipation during fever with bloating for past 3 days and mouth dryness from yesterday What should I do about it?fever has decreased and less tired

Fever, constipation: Fever can cause fluid loss thru sweating that can lead to dehydration if fluid intake is poor. Bloating can come from gas-forming foods, air swallowing when eating, or infection (food poisoning, "stomach flu"). Replacing fluids is essential to prevent severe dehydration (& continued constipation). If problem persists, see FP to determine cause of fever especially if fever was over 101ยบ ...Read more

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Light pink discharge during ovulation then brownish for a couple of days. Now it is watery clear discharge with bloating, fatigue and cramps. Pregnant?

Light pink discharge during ovulation then brownish for a couple of days. Now it is watery clear discharge with bloating, fatigue and cramps. Pregnant?

Possibly: A home pregnancy test will confirm your symptoms in a matter of minutes. The tests are accurate and fast. If not pregnant, consider repeating in a couple of days if you've missed your period. Otherwise, some Ibuprofen can help with cramping. Clear discharge from vagina is normal. ...Read more

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I don't have ibs, yet before/during my period it seems that I do? (I have a bit of constipation and diarrhea with a little mucus and bloating)

I don't have ibs, yet before/during my period it seems that I do? (I have a bit of constipation and diarrhea with a little mucus and bloating)

Get evaluated.: You could have IBS, but you could have other causes of your symptoms such as inflammatory Bowel Disease, celiac disease, or Crohn's disease. You should get in to your physician or gastroenterologist and have a complete evaluation. Keep a diary of your symptoms and a food log as well - this may help in your evaluation. ...Read more

Dr. Eric Kaplan
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