Post # 1
I am 10 dpo on a cycle where we were not trying, not preventing. I chart though and I know we BD’ed 2 days after I ovulated. I have a very triphasic chart going on right now. However today I have been having crazy ovulation pains all day! My questions are, can you ovulate twice during the luteal phase? Or does your ovary start preparing for its next ovulation during the previous cycles LP? Or could I be prego and it’s implantation I’m feeling? It’s very localized on one side though. Any past experience with ovulation pain during the luteal phase would be appreciated. Thank you.
Post # 3
@AvantLaLettre: I’m not 100% sure. But I think your chances of getting pregnant 2 days after ovulation are very, very low. The egg only lasts 12-24 hours. It is much greater if you BD’d anytime in the four days prior to ovulation, because sperm can live a long time in your body, just waiting for the egg to be released. Did you BD any earlier?
I know that a lot of people get cramps (even localized) right before their period, which would be 10-14 dpo.
Post # 4
It is most likely your corpus luteum, which is what is left on your ovary after ovulation. They can hurt, especially if you twist or stretch.
Post # 5
Interesting, thanks so much both of you.
@LoveHappy:No, we BD’ed like 5 or 6 days before O but not closer than that. I don’t really think I’m pregnant either, the only indicator would be the triphasic chart but I know that is not a sure thing at all. It’s just weird feeling ovary pain all day so long after ovulation.
@heathaah: Thanks, that makes sense! I’m going to look that up!
Post # 6
@AvantLaLettre: That is strange about the triphasic chart, since the first jump is usually ovulation and the second is implantation. GOOD LUCK!