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    Default Sensitive skin just below my undie line???

    Hi girls I'm possibly only 1 or 2 DPO and I have this weird feeling in my really lower abs... my skin is sore... its the same place I would normally feel dull aching when AF is here, but this is different. Its really weird..its like the skin or the muscles or something??? Can anyone help shed some light on this??

    Thanks! Ellie xo

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    Hi Ellie! I had something similar to this a few cycles ago. It was like a slightly bruised feeling in the same place I ovulated from. I just assumed it was muscle tension and things moving/working down there, so I didn't think to investigate. Is it still sore for you today?

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    Hi IMTN Yes, still the same feeling, and kind of on and off dull cramping and lower back pain. Im also really confused about my temp chart... Im now on CD19 of a 26-29 day cycle and I STILL haven't had a temp spike to show O, the OPKs went dark and are now fading more each day and I have had creamy CM for about 8 days now. Hmmmmm. Wouldn't it be great if you're fingernails turned pink or something obvious every time you o'd instead of all these little signs! lol

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    Ellie - lol! It would be SOOOO good if ovulation was that obvious. And then little bells could ring inside your tummy to say that you're pregnant. If only!

    Would you mind sharing your chart so I can help you out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyTurnNow View Post
    Ellie - lol! It would be SOOOO good if ovulation was that obvious. And then little bells could ring inside your tummy to say that you're pregnant. If only!

    Would you mind sharing your chart so I can help you out?
    <a href="http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/391274/">My Ovulation Chart</a>
    xoxo Thanks!

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    Default my chart

    <a href="http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/391274/">My Ovulation Chart</a>

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    Thanks Ellie So, looking at your chart, it seems you haven't ovulated yet. It's funny actually, because we are cycle buddies this month! You are on CD19 and I'm on CD18. Our charts also have a very similar pattern.

    Question - do you always have 26-28 day cycles? If so, either this cycle will be anovulatory (no ovulation) or it's going to be longer still. Having said that, you MAY have ovulated yesterday (or even today) and might see a temp jump tomorrow. If your temp goes above the 36.5 mark tomorrow, then it's possible that today was your day.

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    Here is todays update on my chart We DTD yesterday just incase... I also found a small amount of EWCM in the morning but the OPK said NEG. Hmmm

    how are you doing?? x

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    <a href="http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/391274/">My Ovulation Chart</a>

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    Hey Ellie Looks like your temps are being stubborn I'm doing pretty good today...still waiting for O though! Here's the link to my charts (this month on top):

    http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/38174e

    I think we can 'friend' each other on FF, if you want?


 

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