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  1. #1
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    Jun 2009

    Default Ovulation pain on both sides?

    After some advice please!

    DH and I have just started TTC and last night I had really strong ovulation pains on my left side and now today the pain is only on my right side. Is this weird??

    According from what I can see on Dr Google, it's meant to be one side per cycle and can then switch sides on your next cycle, or else both sides at the same time... I haven't been able to find anything on switching sides in the same cycle though...

    Thanks in advance!

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    Both ovaries are very active when you ovulate and before you ovulate - there can be some inflammation and swelling etc due to all the hormonal activity.

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