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January 28th, 2010, 07:44 PM
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My husband and i are try to concieve my cycle started on January 13th i calculated ovulation around day 14 so my hubby and i had intercourse on 26th. Today is the 28th and iam having abdominal discomfort near my left ovary according to my calculations ovulation has already taken place. Is this a sign that i could be pregnant or should i worry that something is wrong? This is the first time i have experieced this discomfort. Thanks so much for any advice.

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January 29th, 2010, 04:34 PM
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I wouldn't worry. I had all kinds of twinges after O.... (I did get my bfp this cycle).... but I think either way after you ovulate your fallopian tubes contract to move the egg along and that can cause pain. If you have more questions, come to the main TTC board. There are lots of helpful ladies!
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