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    Yeah it took me a while to get a pill that suited me. I'm on Loette which is a low dose pill. Maybe chat to your GYN and see if something like an IUD would be worth trying.

    The pain is so horrid, if I was 100% done with kids I would probably beg my Dr to take out both ovaries!

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    I've got endometriosis and one of my main symptoms is horrible ovulation pain. Even when I was on the pill I would get it. I'd see your GP to at least rule out a cyst.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    Yeah it took me a while to get a pill that suited me. I'm on Loette which is a low dose pill. Maybe chat to your GYN and see if something like an IUD would be worth trying.

    The pain is so horrid, if I was 100% done with kids I would probably beg my Dr to take out both ovaries!
    I am hopeless with taking the pill and hate hormone contraception but may have to see if there is a really really low dose one or something. I refuse to have an IUD, to many friends have had nightmare experiences and the whole thought just freaks me out.

    Quote Originally Posted by bluehawaii View Post
    I've got endometriosis and one of my main symptoms is horrible ovulation pain. Even when I was on the pill I would get it. I'd see your GP to at least rule out a cyst.
    Yeah I might make an appointment tomorrow. Im still really sore tonight but the worst of it is over.

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    Subbing as I suffer from the same thing. Can't stand, can't sit (that's the worst!), can't sleep due to the extreme pain. And the bloating is unbelievable! Mine started 4 months ago and I had DD 3 years ago. I can't take the regular pill due to my already too high oestrogen levels and the Implanon / Mirena freak me out completely!!! I'm going for an ultrasound next week so will report back with the results

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    Bumping this thread again to see how you ladies have gone and if you have found any causes/solutions?

    I've always had one-sided stabbing pains on the side of ovulation, but since having DS I now get lower-abdominal pain for about 4-6 hours, like a serious ongoing period cramp. My periods have become less painful but ovulation is becoming more painful and I can't believe I need to take naprogesic to function during ovulation!

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