Ovulation Symptoms But No Ovulation

Carol asks…

Does a woman know when she begins ovulation?

I know ovulation takes place one day out of the month, every month.
But does a woman know when shes ovulating, can she feel and sense it?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

There are a number of ovulation symptoms a woman can feel (see http://www.ovulation-calculator.org/ovulation-symptoms.php for a list). Not all women will feel ovulation symptoms, though. In some women there may be no physical symptoms at all.

Mary asks…

Does anyone else have super sore breasts at ovulation?

My husband and I have been ttc for 9 months now. I guess I am so frustrated with each month having this ovulation symptom (which SUCKS) but each month getting my period. *sigh* Anyone else in this boat with me?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

I’m right there with you. For 18 months now. ((HUG))

Babydust to you!

Donna asks…

Why am I getting such terrible bloating during ovulation?

Every month around ovulation I get terrible water retention and bloating. I feel the retention in my stomach, and also I get very swollen ankles. It’s just awful and very embarassing as I’m only 29! I eat a very low salt diet and exercise every day but it doesn’t help. Do you know what causes this or how to treat it?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Up to 85 percent of women who menstruate have at least one premenstrual sign or symptom. And abdominal bloating, caused by water retention, is common. Water retention is just one of more than 200 symptoms that have been linked to a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle — a condition commonly known as premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Other common signs and symptoms of PMS include fatigue, breast tenderness, acne, headaches, food cravings, irritability and crying spells. These signs and symptoms typically begin between the ages of 25 and 35.

So it sounds more like you’re getting ready to have your menstrual cycle rather than ovulating.

Helen asks…

How good are online ovulation calculators?

I have been using the ovulation calculator site fertilityfriends.com and it told me i am possibly ovulating between the days the 18-22, and so i have sex on thursday the 21. I just wanted to know how good this site it and if there is a chance it right and that i have a chance of being pregnant now.

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

If you are using that site as it’s intended, to chart basal body temperature and fertility symptoms like cervical mucous, it’s pretty accurate as soon as it confirms ovulation HAS happened. Anything before that is only an educated guess, and the site does not pretend it’s more than that. Only a heads up for your possibly fertile time.

If you only put in your dates, it’s not that accurate at all. But that is because that METHOD isn’t accurate, not because there is anything wrong with the website’s algorithms

Sharon asks…

How many days past ovulations did this start happening to you??????/?

How many days after ovulation did you start getting sore boobs? and how soon after ovulation did your veins in your boobs start showing up really blue?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

That sounds more like pregnancy symptoms than u r in ur cycle

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