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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    Delirium, you always get ovary pain in tww don't you? Like I do
    It is just the corpus luteum forming/growing isn't it?
    Yes I do, especially on the clomid. Most of the time my dominant follie is on the right, that's the side that gives me the most pain the day of o. And during the 2ww that's the side that plays up the most. The gyno is tossing up whether I have a small dermoid cyst on each ovary (one is 1 cm and the other is 1.5 cm which is small) or they are functional cysts.

    But yes, the tww pain in the ovaries is the corpus cyst. Having said that, clearly if the pain gets bad don't leave it.

    ETA I'm interested to know... do your temps spike hard after ovulation and you get very sore BB's? the corpus cyst regulates the progesterone, and I'm wondering if there is a connection between the corpus cyst pains in the tww and the fact I have high progesterone i.e. my corpus goes into overdrive every month...
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    My pain is just an on and off pulling sensation. Not that painful. on right only.If it is a cyst could that be preventing me from conceiving again?

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    Yes I get the pulling sensation too, it isn't bad, just annoying. I asked my gyno that last week and he said "sometimes" a cyst can cause infertility. But after much reading, unless it is blocking the pathway for the sperm, cysts have little connection to infertility. They can sometimes cause a bit of a hormone imbalance, but all my hormones are fine.

    I'm waiting for a lap... in around 8 months time to get to the bottom of if they are dermoid cysts or not and if so he will remove them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Yes I do, especially on the clomid. Most of the time my dominant follie is on the right, that's the side that gives me the most pain the day of o. And during the 2ww that's the side that plays up the most. The gyno is tossing up whether I have a small dermoid cyst on each ovary (one is 1 cm and the other is 1.5 cm which is small) or they are functional cysts.

    But yes, the tww pain in the ovaries is the corpus cyst. Having said that, clearly if the pain gets bad don't leave it.

    ETA I'm interested to know... do your temps spike hard after ovulation and you get very sore BB's? the corpus cyst regulates the progesterone, and I'm wondering if there is a connection between the corpus cyst pains in the tww and the fact I have high progesterone i.e. my corpus goes into overdrive every month...

    Sorry delirium what's a dermoid cyst and what's a functional cyst? And corpus? Ah still so much to learn about my own body haha.

    Anyhoo, as for my chart, don't think I'll get my crosshairs this cycle, just because of that one temp I took that was just over 35 - this mornings temp was 36.99! And just to see what would make the crosshairs appear I entered temps for tomorrow and Tuesday, and they would both need to be over 37 for anything to happen. Could happen, but I doubt it. I have a feeling I probably o'd around Friday anyway - FF was guesstimating that on the calendar - and temp was higher yesterday and today. Next cycle I'll chuck in a few opks and see if that helps pinpoint my little eggy.

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    Here is my exciting chart lol...not

    When my opks come tomorrow or Tuesday I shall just start testing just incase I o on cd 12 like kazza said I would.


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    A dermoid cyst is a non cancerous cyst. A functional cyst is one that has a function with the cycle - which is the corpus luteum cyst. When the follie ruptures and the egg pops out that follie then forms into a corpus cyst which supplies the body with progesterone. It is what keeps the baby going until it gets a placenta. If there is no pg, then the corpus shrivels and dies, the progesterone backs off, and you get your AF. Your period is actually a progesterone withdrawal bleed.

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    Thanks again del. here's my boring chart too
    http://fertilityfriend.com/home/3f197b

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    AF on her way however no temp drop. Does a drop always happen to signify arrival of AF?
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    My temp never drops to cover line until 2nd day of af
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