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June 4th, 2007, 05:18 AM
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When you were stimming, did you ever feel anything in your ovary area?? Starting Saturday night I felt something in the areas surounding my ovaries. Last night I seemed to feel more and today I am constantly aware of that area if you know what I mean. I can't tell whether I have gas LOL or I am actually supposed to feel something. Tommorrow is my first scan so I am excited. Although I may end up at the freaking er later tonite. This morning I had a bad morning and I hit my left hand on the back of a chair by accident, well it hurt so darn bad I purposely hit the wall with my other hand LOL. Well I missed the wall and hit the corner and ATM I couldn't tell which hand hurt worse. No doubt it was the purpose hand now, it is a swollen all over at the base of my thumb and I can't open my hand all the way and it hurts so bad. I should get an x-ray now but with all the time I am about to take off work I just havet o make it through the day kwim....Maybe I just bruised it?? Who knows.... but I do want to know about the stim question lol...
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June 4th, 2007, 07:46 AM
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Ouch, I hope your hand isn't broken Sandy. Ouch ouch!

It is normal to feel the ovaries creaking. For me it took a full 5 days of stimming to feel anything but once it starts, it doesn't go away until a week or two past ET. It just means your stims are working I think your scan will be awesome tomorrow!
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June 4th, 2007, 08:08 AM
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I hope your hand is okay!

As for the stim question, like Stina said, all is normal. To me I just felt blown up like a balloon in my mid section and my ovaries felt like big water balloons lol. I'm sure you have lots of activity going on in there right now.

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June 4th, 2007, 10:27 AM
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For me, I didn't get any real obvious feelings from them but I was aware of them. I felt different there, but I didn't make many follies either and that could have been the reason.
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