cramping

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  1. champers57

    champers57 Member

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    i ovulated 3 days ago and me and my o/h did the deed. now have some nasty stomach cramps going on. does anyone know if this is normal?!

    o/h says i should do a test but im not sure as its only been 3 days and it wouldnt show up yet, am i right?

    what should i do?:confused:
     
  2. CARNAT22

    CARNAT22 Well-Known Member

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    3 days after ovulation is far too early to do a pregnancy test.

    There are tests you can use 6 days before period is due but the closer to your period date you test the more accurate the result you'll get.

    Best of luck!
     
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    cosmicgirl Well-Known Member

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    No hun, it wouldn't show on at test for at least another 9/10 days at the earliest I'd say x
     
  4. champers57

    champers57 Member

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    thats what i thought!

    but is the cramping normal? coz its blooming painful!
     
  5. ceebee

    ceebee Well-Known Member

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    I've had cramping after ov a few times and it can be very painful - feels like af cramps? hasn't meant anything for me so far, but hope it does for you.... Everyone is different :) xxx
     
  6. babyfever

    babyfever Well-Known Member

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    I have cramping after I ov as well, just cramping though, hasn't meant anything for me either. FX for ya!
     
  7. champers57

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    thanks. heres to hoping eh?
     

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