Sharp pain during ovulation day for the first time, COULD I BE PREGNANT??

posted 5 days ago in Pregnancy
Post # 2
967 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2019

Implantion usually occurs 7-12 days after you ovulate, it wouldn’t happen the next day. It’s possible the pain is an indication that you’ve released (I believe I’ve felt ovulation) an egg but I doubt it would last for several days. Are your charting your tempature? That might be more useful to know. If the pain gets worse than I was see your doctor, if not, wait another week and test again. Good luck bee! 

Post # 3
1162 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 1995

I have sharp pains during ovulation.  They usually last a few days.  

Post # 4
2257 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

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samira24 :  where in your cycle did you try? Did you confirm ovulation with temping? ovulation pain likely but that is not when fertilization takes place. People don’t feel fertilization happen. Also PMS symptoms can mirror early pregnancy symptoms. It’s best to test when you have a confirmed ovulation (10-12 days after O) or the day after you’re expected period if you’re not tracking. 

Post # 8
5398 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2017

Maybe but maybe not. If you’re still in so much pain that it’s hard to walk you should go see a doctor asap because its most likely something completely else (cysts, hernia, etc). 

Post # 9
1154 posts
Bumble bee

If you’re period isnt due for 11 days then it is way too early to be pregnant. 

That being said it sounds like ovulation pain. I get it every single month. It hurts for two days, maybe 3. It feels like I’m being jabbed in the side with a pencil. Sex hurts a lot when the pain is at its peak which sucks for TTC. Sometimes it lasts more than 3 days but the pain is not bad. 

Google mittelschmerz.

Post # 12
756 posts
Busy bee

After ovulation progesterone will rise, there are lots of ‘pregnancy’ symptoms that are actually just high progesterone. Getting those 8 dpo or later would be actual pregnancy symptoms. 

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