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    Default Pulling feeling in both ovaries

    I'm 9 DPO, BFN today, but I have lots of pulling and aching in both my ovaries and tummy. I have had this before in previous months, which obviously didn't result in pg, but it's usually only in one ovary.

    Anyone know what this is? I have read it can be a corpus cyst left over from ovulation, but I can't have one every month can I? and on both ovaries???

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    anyone?

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    Is it just in general or when you, say, sneeze or stand up quickly?

    I get random ovary (I'm assuming) pain when I do both of those things.

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    When I'm both sitting and when I get up, and only in the 2ww. This month it's in the uterus as well. It goes between a dull ache and a pulling feeling.

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    Hmmm, sounds different to what I get. Hopefully someone else knows

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    Hmm, I don't know but I hope that it is a positive sign...or perhaps a positive test

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    This sounds exactly like what I had! I don't normally get any pains/discomfort but when i was pregnant (didn't know it yet though) I had a really strong pulling sensation. It was completely different to period cramps etc. Basically like someone had tied a couple of strings to my uterus and was making it dance like a marionette puppet!

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    Could it be late implantation? Do you know for sure when you ovulated? I got bad pains 2 days before my bfp!!!
    As for you cervix position question, mine goes up high when i ovulated i can only just reach it and when AF comes its hard and very low.

    Good luck

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    Positive of when I o'ed, I used POK's. I'm sure I'm 10 DPO today, another BFN though and BB's aren't sore although nipples are a bit. Pretty sure this isn't the month but we'll see.


 

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