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    Pressure on rectum after ovulation...
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    An_254808 posted:
    Hi ladies...Im desperate for answers. My husband and I had a miscarriage in July and I was 9 weeks. Since we have been trying again and I have been tracking ovulation more closely, I noticed that around the end of ovulation, I get this piercing sense of pressure against my rectum and its usually to the point where I have to cross my legs and take a deep breath. It comes and goes for about 2 hours. I have ovulating cyst but nothing crazy says the doc. Is this the cyst bursting? Does it prevent pregnancy? Im confused from all the things I have read. Any thoughts or guesses? Thanks ladies and best of luck.
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