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    Default Advice please? Stabbing pain in left ovary area. 6dpo

    Hi there,

    I know I am being super paranoid symptom watching...
    But I started getting sharp stabbing pains in what I assume to be the area where my left ovary is.
    I think I am 6dpo (maybe 7) and I dtd 5days and 3 days before o and on what I think was o day.
    It does not feel like cramping and it comes and goes. Sometimes just aching for a little while before the stabbing pain starts.
    The pain isn't excruciating but it's enough to stop me in my tracks and catch my breath.

    Has anybody had any experience with this or something similar?

    Btw I did a hpt last night (Bfn - no surprise there)








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    Hi ms cate

    At the risk of getting your hopes up(!) yes I did feel exactly what you're describing with my first. I think I tested 4 days later and had a BFP. It was actually my first clue that I might be pregnant, then the boobs got extremely sore shortly after. I put it down to implantation??? But that was just a wild guess!

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    Thanks careermum, that's reassuring!

    I am a little worried it might be an ectopic...
    I do have a son so I have been pregnant before but that was a long time ago (ds is 12) and I was quite young. Now that I am a bit older and actually ttc - I have been over examining everything.

    This pain is new though, so I'll keep my fingers crossed and hope for the best :-)




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    I also stressed greatly re ectopic as I've had a reversal. You wouldn't get symptoms of an ectopic that early. I've been told generally no symptoms before 6 weeks.

    If your ttc you are probably hyper aware of everything

    Try not to stress & don't google lol

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    Thanks ourbradybunch

    Good to know.

    Googling is the worst!!
    It either gets your hopes up or scares you into drafting your will :-\ lol




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