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We are recently trying to conceive and my first cycle after bc was normal. I am currently in cycle 2... I know there is no definite but I am just curious... on saturday morning I had very bad cramps on my left side in the middle of my cycle I am led to believe that these were "ovulation cramps" I have never experienced these before but they felt like period cramps but only on the lower left side and then on Sunday I had a positive LH Surge does/could this mean I will ovulate soon? I know nothing is exact but we are excited to get pregnant! Thank you!
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It's very possible, however we can't rightly say since everyone's bodies are so diverse, they all do things a bit differently. So the only way to know when you're ovulating -- or rather, to know roughly when you're ovulating -- is if you've been charting every day for at least a few months. If you have been, then your guess will likely be more accurate than ours. I also suggest you talk to your doctor or an OB/GYN about this, as they'll be able to help you chart your fertility, etc! [Smile]
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