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So, last cycle was my first round of clomid and I apparently ovulated. Well I noticed that around the end of my 2ww every time i had an orgasm, (sorry tmi) cramps would quickly follow. They felt like AF like cramps. Well last night it happened again! So... I'm thinking that if the last time i felt that i wasn't pregnant, does that mean I'm probably not pregnant this round aswell?? I feel like it's over already.
I'm about 11-12 DPO and too scared to even think about testing.
I had that my last cycle... and I had never had those cramps before... but I was actually pregnant... it was just a chemical pregnancy. So I was thinking the cramps actually DID mean something good. Unfortunately, it didn't work out for me though. But hopefully it means something good for you! When are you testing?
*sigh* after reading your posts I feel a lot better. Thank you soooo much. I still don't feel pregnant necessarily, but atleast i have a little bit of hope again. I had just never felt those pains before until these last 2 cycles on clomid.
To answer your question I am going to wait until friday the 16th to test (about 16 dpo)
I think that Clomid has lots of s/e that we discover throughout the cycle. One of them is that the whole reproductive area gets very tender. I wouldn't worry at all unless the pains become very strong & then it may be an indication that a cyst has grown.
Thanks ladies!! It's good to know that I'm not the only one going through this strange side effect. That's what is so awesome about all of us, we can understand eachother way better than our everyday aquaintences that have no clue what we are going through.
Melissa ~ You are so right! None of my friends except for 1 that is going through IVF, understand the pains of this whole ttc w/ meds thing. I have very sympathetic inlaws & parents & am thankful for that but when it comes to an ear that will listen AND understand, well, thats you gals.