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Has anyone ever had this?

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Charbella97 Mon 06-Apr-20 19:35:43

Hey so I’m currently ttc and will be hitting my 6 month milestone if I come on this month 😪

I’ve had two miscarriages in the past one with my ex and one with current partner.

So I’m currently 7/8DPO and since 2/3DPO I have such an uncomfortable pain in my uterus/ovaries it doesn’t like really hurt but feels very bruised and achy. Especially when I cough or sneeze wow!

Some months I get the odd twinge/pain but this is constant for nearly a week?
Has anyone ever had it before?

I’m also craving just everything savoury for the last couple of days. (I usually have the biggest sweet tooth) my boobs are usually sore by now they get sore around 7-9 days before my period is due but I haven’t got that yet so I’m crossing everything that these are all signs!

Just hope I don’t have anything wrong with me like endometriosis or something but my periods are regular so god knows!

Period due 13/04/20


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TheGirlWhoLived Mon 06-Apr-20 19:37:13

The twingy ovaries was one of my first signs of my third! I went to a dr in the end because it hurt so much when I sat up after I was laying down etc and he actually confirmed the pregnancy- durr!

reginafalange2020 Mon 06-Apr-20 19:43:37

It sounds like round ligament pain to me

Clairee84 Mon 06-Apr-20 19:56:49

Hi I’m also 3dpo and having twinges around ovaries, mostly left side occasionally right. I can’t remember having this with my first.

I did have an ectopic in Nov and was thinking this ovary pain could be linked but hopefully not.

Charbella97 Mon 06-Apr-20 20:11:22

I’m really hoping this could be it 1 week left to know for sure! It can’t come soon enough 😂
And what is round ligament pain? reginafalange2020

And aw bless you Clairee84 sorry for your loss! Hopefully this is our month!

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teaandtoastt Tue 07-Apr-20 08:31:25

I'm experiencing the same thing (pain when coughing) and I'm 10dpo so hopefully it is a sign for us both!

marshallrubblechaserockyzoomer Tue 07-Apr-20 08:37:45

If you're far along enough to get symptoms you should be far along enough to get a positive

Charbella97 Tue 07-Apr-20 11:36:38

I’ve had the pain in my uterus since 2dpo so it’s way to early and I’m only 8dpo now I do believe you can get symptoms before a positive, when I’ve been pregnant in the past I’ve had symptoms about a week before a positive like nausea etc

And I really hope so teaandtoastt!!!

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