What could pain in the right ovary and slight cramping for about 4-5 weeks mean?
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I have two children and with both i expienced some cramping. My Dr. called them growing pains. It all depends on how far along you are and how bad the cramps hurt. you may want to get an ultrasound to make sure the baby is okay. If you are not bleeding this is a good sign. Get with your doctor ad make sure it is not a tubal prgnancy also. Good luck.
My husband and i have been trying to get pregnant. I ovulated 9 days ago and have been cramping off and on...mostly on right side... with some days worse than others. Does this mean im pregnant?
It is possible. I knew when I ovulated with my first child and I had cramping like that. Mine was from a cyst that formed after the egg burst through which is why it was cramping only on side. With my other 2 children and with 1 miscarriage I also had cramping all over just from the changes in ligaments etc... My miscarriage was a blighted ovum and had nothing to do with the cramping…
You had your periods a week ago and right now you are experiencing the same periods infact you are even cramping What could this be?
Cycles can be disrupted by exercising, dieting , and stress. But if you are sexually active this cramping with out bleeding could be a urinary tract infection, see a doctor. If you are having heavy flow and cramping, it could be miscarriage. You will have a positive HPT for two weeks after miscarriage if you want to know for sure. Good luck Joymaker rn
You just had your period and it is shorter than usual but now you are still having back pains nausea and slight cramping on your right ovary are these possible symptoms of pregnancy?
In a chicken embryo, two ovaries (right and left) are present. By the time a pullet chick hatches, the right ovary has regressed and is nonfunctional. The interesting thing is, that there have been cases where the functional left ovary has been damaged post hatch, and the right ovary has come back on line to produce the egg.