Ovulation causes cramping sometimes. Many women do not feel this sensation. I can always tell when I have ovulated or am ovulating. My doctor always asks me if I have noticed any pain before he does my sonogram to see if I am ovulating. I have been amazingly accurate. It depends on the size of your folllicular cyst which releases the egg. Some months it is quite painful and I am sore for a few days. But, it is not abnormal.
Hello, Yes it could be a sign of pregnancy.
Some women do experience mild abdominal cramping during early pregnancy. Cramping can also be caused by period, ovulation, water infection, diarrhoea etc.
If you are having light pink dis charge 10 days after ovulation, it is usually a sign that the egg is implanting itself to the wall.
Could result in pregnancy.
I expect it's just pms
After 16 days of ovulation a pregnancy test be positive.
Knowing that you could be off a little, they are good.
It's probably ovulation spotting and not yet pregnancy. Implantation bleeding is probably not going to occur yet by only 4 days post-ovulation.
Take a test if you are not pregnant you probably had delayed ovulation and your period will show soon. GL either way. Hiya! Cramping can be a sign of pregnancy and also a sign of a approaching period. I would do a pregnancy test to be certain. Good luck.
Depends on the person. I have 4 children and always knew about 3 days after ovulation I was pregnant by light cramping.
you could be
Ovulation occurs about 14 days after the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP). Basically, you have a time frame of 10-17 days after your LMP for ovulation, because some people are not always regular. Technically, cramping can be a sign of either. Early in pregnancy, cramping may occur with implantation, but this cramping should go away. If it doesn't a doctor will need to evaluate it. Cramping can occur with ovulation and also as PMS or during your period. If you miss your next MP, or are late, you can take a pregnancy test to know if you are pregnant. Until then, if you are trying to get pregnant, you can keep "trying," just in case you haven't conceived yet. Remember, it can take up to 3 days after intercourse before conception and implantation may occur, as sperm can "live" inside the female body for up to 72 hours before ever reaching an egg. After that time, the sperm will die off if it has not fertilized an egg.
If you know for sure you ovulated then, no it cannot be pregnancy. Your egg may only be viable up to 24 hours after it has been released. Even if out was fertilized, it would be unable to implant.
12 days before your next period is due would be around the time you are most fertile, the cramps etc are probably ovulation pains, get to the bedroom!
It's not unheard of for period like cramping to occur as early as 7-14 days before your period. However the cramping may be caused by a UTI, approaching period or even Ovulation. If the cramping is severe enough to require pain killers & your period doesn't arrive on time, then see your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test & also have a urine test performed for a UTI.
If you know for sure you ovulated because of BBT Temp Chart then, if was just ovulation pain and this has no indication of whether or not you have conceived.
Yes. Pregnancy can occur within several days before and after ovulation. They are called "fertile days." Also, sperm can live in the body for 3-7 days. See fertilityfriend.com for more information about ovulation.
You might test as early as 11 days after ovulation.
Using an early pregnancy test or EPT, you can test for pregnancy 15-16 days after a positive ovulation test, or 14 days after ovulation.
So far I have been cramping for four days now.
IF you could pinpoint the moment of ovulation you would be a millionaire! usually you ovulate 14 days after the first day of your last period and implantation is seven days after that. ovulation feels like getting stuck with a knife in the side and lasts less than 2 hours. A heating pad gives relief and so will Tylenol /ibprofen. However, if you skip your next cycle take a pregnancy test (HPT) some women just know their bodies. Good luck, Joymaker RN
No. Too soon.
You might be pregnant or you could be having the cramping because your period is about to arrive or preparing to arrive. You can do a pregnancy test now or wait 7 days and then test.
IT could possibly mean that you are pregnant you can get positive ovulation tests all through your pregnancy from what i understand... i experimented with it while pregnant and the ovulation tests were at times easier to read than the actual pregnancy tests