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Pre Ovulation Symptoms
I ve never been late on my period.was trying to conceive and found out NT ovulating.dr pres Clomid (clomiphene) and GT preg on 1st cyc.no pcos.why anovulation?
See details: You say you have never been late. Make sure your menses are regular i.e. first day to first day is the same each cycle. If you are, it would require testing to determine why. Check with your doctor to see if he performed any tests other than checking for ovulation. By the way, what was your lack of ovulation based on? A mid-luteal progesterone? ...Read more
Is having BBT (basel temperature) consistently in the 96's pre-ovulation & low 97's post-ovulation to low? I've read BBT should be 97 pre & 98 post.
Unpredictable: Actually there has never been any evidence that checking temperatures improves pregnancy rates or correlates with fertility. Some believe it might decrease fertility by increasing stress. Regular sex still has a higher pregnancy rate than checking temperatures, mucous etc. And temperature is always relative to you normal temperature. ...Read more
My temp pre ovulation was 97.6 then dropped to 97.12 on ov day (20) but has not risen dramatically. Now day 29 of 34 and only 97.36? What's going on?
Anovulation: I would not presume that you are ovulating. See a doctor to confirm this, and he/she can help you ovulate. ...Read more
Does your vagina inside feel different throught the month im pre ovulation and it feels like something is poking out a bit and I think it gos after ov?
Pelvic discomfort: During ovualtion you might experience lower pelvic discomfort during the time you ovulate. Not all women can tell they are ovulating and do not always have any pain or discomfort. You will see an increase in vaginal secretions that are thin and can be stringy. ...Read more
No.: Ovulation pains occur only doing ovulation, which is the process of releasing an egg from the ovary, which occurs approximately in the middle of the cycle (halfway between periods). Pains or symptoms that occur are only ovulation symptoms if they are specifically related to ovulation. ...Read more
Not necessarily...: It is possible for some women to not have SYMPTOMS (meaning a physical manifestation felt by the patient) during ovulation (the time at which an ovary discharges an egg). But, SIGNS (measurable or detectable physical clues) generally always occur--such as the spike upward in your base body temperature 0.4 to 1.0 degrees Fahrenheit 2-3 days before ovulation and changes in your cervical mucus. ...Read more
Some feel symptoms: Signs such as a sharp, low grade intermittent cramp approximately halfway between periods and a change in vaginal secretions to a clear "snot-like" (yes, I said that) discharge are fairly common- but just because you don't notice this doesn't imply you aren't fertile- be mindful and practice safe(r) sex. Btw not a huge fan of basal bod temp- dif to do right and makes people who can't, feel dumb. ...Read more
Some have symptoms: Regular periods are a sign of ovulating regularly. Some women have mid cycle cramping (mittelschmerz). Cervical mucus changes from 'egg white' like and stretchy before ovulation to thicker mucus after ovulation. Breast tenderness or abdominal bloating can occur as well. If you have regular cycles, an ovulation predictor kit (opk) is a better test than checking mucus or basal body temperature. ...Read more
Ovulation: You can feel some slight discomfort in the lower pelvis on the side you are passing the egg and a bit of spotting. No concern. ...Read more
I took an ovulation test because it felt like ovulation symptoms but the test came out negative. Any ideas?
I know everyone is different but do most women usually ovulate on the last day they experience ewcm? Also are there any physical symptoms of ovulation
Ewcm and ovulation: Egg white cervical mucous (ewcm) is the stretchy clear mucous that comes can be detected just before ovulation. Ewcm is a response to rising estrogen produced by the growing follicle. Once ovulation occurs, estrogen falls, replaced by progesterone, and cervical mucous turns thick. Actual release of the egg is usually the day after mucous peaks. ...Read more
All or just some:
Change in cervical fluid, change in cervical firmness and position, increased basal temperature — most commonly used, also: breast tenderness, some cramping or pain on one side of the pelvis, breast tenderness, abdominal bloating
increased sex drive, heightened sense of smell, taste. ...Read more
Midcycle pain: The symptoms of ovulation may include a typically slight pain in either the right or left lower quadrant of the abdomen, lasting maybe a day or so. The medical term for this is mittelschmerz. Other signs are increased amount of clear vaginal discharge, sometimes described by the patient as similar to raw egg white. This occurs about two weeks before the onset of menstrual bleeding. ...Read more
Some: Women may have little to no symptoms. Others may have sever symptoms. Each patient varies. Some common signs/symptoms. Change in cervical discharge. , change in basal temp. Usually goes down a little. Then sharp jump with ovulation may have abdominal discomfort. Usually one sided changes in cervix position. Can also have increase sexual desire. These are just a few signs to look for ...Read more
Flushing: ovulation?: Flushing is associated with a sudden decrease in estrogen, which occurs both just prior to ovulation and just prior to the onset of menstrual flow. Sometimes two eggs are release at ovulation, and the estrogen level is therefore higher, so a sudden decrease will cause flushing even at age 24. ...Read more
Varies: Some women have pain with ovulation — most do not. Some women will notice an increase in the amount of vaginal discharge and / or will notice that their vaginal discharge will become thinner and more watery. If you are doing basal body temperature charting, you should see an increase of about one half degree fahrenheit in the temperature just after ovulation. The period will start 2 weeks later. ...Read more
At 19, your ovulation cycle may still be irregular, meaning you are not ovulating every month. It takes some women into their mid-20's to develop a regular ovulation pattern.
SIGNS YOU ARE OVULATING:
1. Cervical mucus becomes abundant and has raw egg yolk texture
2. Increased sex drive
3. Breast Tenderness
4. Abdominal pain on one side
5. Abdominal bloating ...Read more
May have pain: But I have heard of full-blown flu -like symptoms. ...Read more
Progesterone: Get a Progesterone level with your doctor, that way you can tell if you arevulating. ...Read more
Days prior to ovulation one can find clear thin cervical mucus, bloating, and cramping. Usually the act of ovulation may not produce any type of discomfort at all. Some may feel slight cramping with ovulation due to the release of follicular fluid
or a small amount of blood from the surface of the ovary. ...Read more
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