Popping sensation

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  1. purplepebbles

    purplepebbles Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies,

    Am roughly about 4dpo and have occasionally been getting some popping like sensations on my right side.

    Has anyone had these? Was thinking it could be a bit of wind but do tend to get it after ov xx
     
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    purplepebbles Well-Known Member

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    I have been rather windy today! It's a sort of fluttering feeling too, bit odd! Xx
     
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    Since we have beenTTC I have thought that every feeling in the tummy area or lower is related to my cycle! But recently I have seen so many ultrasound pictures, 3d images etc and never realized how close the uterus is to the bowel and stuff! I saw one photo from an operation which showed the top of the uterus, and a section of bowel was less than a cm away! I always imagined all the bits were separate but really they are quite snug! Its made me realize that a strange twinge might just be in my bladder or something! TTC makes you hypersensitive about things like that, I wish I could ignore it!
     
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    purplepebbles Well-Known Member

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    I guess there's not a great deal of room in there but you're right, I bet if we weren't ttc, we wouldn't even notice them! It's so hard not to think about it, I really dislike this part of the cycle. Before ov is easy! Xx
     

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