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Is it normal to have cramps when ovulating?

Is it normal to have cramps when ovulating?

Could be.: Many women have a definite pain with ovulation. It is called "mittleschmertz" (sp). Most women can recognize it and are reassured. Others have distress over this and the pain is different in each person. There can be some bleeding with ovulation and sometimes it is significant enough to cause pain and further evaluation. If you have problems or concerns, see your gyn. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have cramps while ovulation? And have yellow disharge and also alittle bit of itch?

Is it normal to have cramps while ovulation? And have yellow disharge and also alittle bit of itch?

No: Is it normal for you? You could have a bladder infection or something else going on with the cramping and discharge. It sexually active it could be a infection of the cervix or uterus, recommend u get checked out if it is something new, . ...Read more

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I am on day 14 after finishing 100 mg dose of Clomid (clomiphene). I had a positive LH 3 days ago from an ovulation test. Is it normal to have cramps now?

I am on day 14 after finishing 100 mg dose of Clomid (clomiphene). I had a positive LH 3 days ago from an ovulation test. Is it normal to have cramps now?

Possibly: It is a good sign that you have a positive LH test after Clomid (clomiphene) use. This may indicate that you ovulated. Schedule a follow up with your doctor to confirm ovulation. Your doctor can evaluate your pelvic pain and evaluate for ovarian cysts. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have cramps and back pain from ovulation til period?

Is it normal to have cramps and back pain from ovulation til period?

Not necessarily: Though it is common for some women to cramp or have back pain at the time of ovulation, usually it doesn't continue. If this is a new symptom for you something may be going on, such as infection, ovarian cysts or fibroids, or endometriosis. If you have had this for years it may be normal for you. You will need to see your doc to figure out what is going on. ...Read more

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I get cramps for 3 or 4 days around the time of ovulation. This has been going on for months. Is this normal?

I get cramps for 3 or 4 days around the time of ovulation.  This has been going on for months.  Is this normal?

Yes: It even has a name. Mittleschmertz or middle pain is the pain that can occur around ovulation. When you ovulate the cyst in which the egg has been growing bursts to release it. Some women feel this every month, others may feel it occasionally or only when they ovulate from one side and not the other and some never feel it. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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Is cramping normal during ovulation? While laying in bed it feels like I have light cramps on my right side ?

Is cramping normal during ovulation? While laying in bed it feels like I have light cramps on my right side ?

Yes: Some women are so attuned to their bodies that they can actually feel when they are ovulating, and which side it is happening on that month! this cramping you feel could be exactly that, especially when you are lying still. ...Read more

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4 days peak ovulation tests now is this normal, first 2 days i had cramps and a lot of discharge it has dried now but still positive ovulation tests?

Last a few days: It is normal for ovulation kits to stay normal for several days then become negative. There is no need to check beyond the initial positive result. The hormonal rise that causes the positive result lingers for a few days which will keep an ovulation test positive. Once it is positive then you should begin having intercourse daily. ...Read more

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Is it normal to get cramps days after ovulation?

Is it normal to get cramps days after ovulation?

Your history? : That depends on you. Do you normally cramp with ovulation or is this abnormal for you? Cramps can be caused by gas , intestines, constipation, bladder issues as well as gynecological causes. ...Read more