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Doctor insights on: Why Am I Cramping 2 Days After Ovulation

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Dr. Philip Chenette
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Ovulation (Definition)

Ovulation is the act of the ovary releasing the egg after it has been hormonally prepared, to be ...Read more


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Light cramps right side 2 days post ovulation. Now having clear CM but more than usual. Used pull out method. What are chances of pregnancy?

Light cramps right side 2 days post ovulation. Now having clear CM but more than usual. Used pull out method. What are chances of pregnancy?

No way to tell: It is too early to detect a pregnancy. If you miss your period, take a home pregnancy test. Over the counter tests can detect pregnancy as early as a day or two past your expected period. The pull out method is not as effective as other means of birth control. You might want to see your doctor for a more reliable method. ...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

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Cramping in the lower adominal 7 days after ovulation what wrong with me?

Cramping in the lower adominal 7 days after ovulation what wrong with me?

Ovarian cyst: Your symptoms are consistent with a possible overran cyst. A cyst forms after ovulation and occasionally may become quite large which can cause the sensation of cramping. ...Read more

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Im now 5 days post ovulation, been bloated the past 3, & have had mild cramps on & off today. Had unprotected sex the night of ovulation. Causes?

Im now 5 days post ovulation, been bloated the past 3, & have had mild cramps on & off today. Had unprotected sex the night of ovulation. Causes?

Your hormones: are likely in flux for whatever reason, and you would need to be patient to see if things would settle down. Menstrual fluctuations are affected by many different factors, including nutrition, psychological state of mind, stress, infections/ illnesses, etc. If you continue to have these symptoms and you are late menstruating, check a pregnancy test. ...Read more