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    Default Ladies with endo...

    Tell me about ovulation; is it painful? What has helped?

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    Yep super painful.. It hurts to sit during ovulation. I just take panadol and try be gentle on my body during that time. Sucks but atleast we know when we fo ovulate.. I dont need any opk's 😂

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    Yep hurts for me too. Just had my first cycle after DS was born and thought maybe it was going to go away! No such luck!

    I find gentle walking helps. Like super slow. Also heat packs. Other than that like PP says just being gentle to myself and knowing it will pass.

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    Have you been diagnosed OP?

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    Thank you It seems to finally be easing.

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    Have you been diagnosed OP?
    Not yet. I've been avoiding it, but I really need to. All the signs are pointing to it.

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    I had mild endo and very painful ovulation, like excruciating, as in I felt like I was being stabbed and torn apart from the inside. I had the endo removed which helped, but it didn't go away. I discovered while doing IVF that I have very sensitive ovaries. I had to take strong pain killers for each egg collection otherwise I could barely move afterwards. Ouch!

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    I never knew it was an endo thing until I was diagnosed. I only started having the pain since coming off the pill last year. When we ttc our first I never had o pain at all.. Now I sure do know it! I got mine lasered off.. Was stage 1 at the time..

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    Got stage 1 endo, only have pain after ovulation but not a lot. I have crazy pain when af arrives but iit's better since having the operation for it. Also had pain like a bladder infection quite regulary. It felt like something was on my bladder all the time. Turns out most the endo was there

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    I must be lucky. I've had extensive endo removed twice in 2 years but never felt any pain. I get mild cramping and a headache for 3 days around AF. The headache is borderline migraine so not pleasant


 

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