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    My partner and I are going to try to conceive this month and I was wondering if anyone has particular symptoms when they are ovulating.

    I've been diagnosed with PCOS and I'm worried that I'm not ovulating. I get regular period but during the time I'm due to be ovulating I tend to get sharp pains around my abdomen area. I've got an ovulation kit which I tried last month which said I was ovulating around the time the sharp pains started but because of the PCOS I'm not really sure if I should take that as gospel.

    Just wondering what other peoples symptoms are around the time they are ovulating as I'm concerned the sharp pains could be cyst.

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    Thanks for your reply, we haven't actually tried as yet I just finished my period so we will try in the next week or so. I think I will see how we go and if it nothing is happening I will chart my temperature.

    I'm so happy to hear you feel the same sharp pains. Not knowing whether I will conceive is playing on my mind a bit because we want to have a baby so badly I think I just think the worse without even actually trying!

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    I've just downloaded fertility friend

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    I have PCO (cystic ovaries, not many other symptoms) and ovulate. I can have long cycles though, where my body attempts to ovulate more than once. I used to get sharp pains on the side the egg was releasing from when I ovulated. Since the birth of my second child I now get 12-24 hours of abdominal cramping with ovulation. I also have a very definite EWCM pattern that is easy to read. I used cheapie OPKs a few times and they confirmed when I thought I was ovulating. I fell pregnant first cycle trying with my first child and the next pregnancy that I miscarried. The next angel bub that miscarried and my son were both conceived on the 4th cycle trying.

    So please don't stress until you actually start having problems conceiving. I was so worried before I started, certain that my condition would mean years of heartbreak. Instead I have conceived quicker than friends with no health issues.

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    Its good to hear similar situations and positive outcomes hopefully it won't take to long until I conceive


 

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