just curious. I was fully expecting ovulation (or Peak, whatever) on CD 16 again (today). After my ovarian wedge resection, I started Peaking at CD 17, then 16 (and O was always more or less the same day). But I had these horrific O pains all day on Friday and Saturday like I was about to pop (literally). I had an acupuncture appt. on Saturday morning, and good Lord in heaven, were my ovaries sensitive! It felt like knives sticking in there. The acupuncturist kept saying that was a good thing; when he removed them, he also made a comment like, "Wow, they're really holding on to these needles, they don't want to let go!" To which I responded, "Now if they could only do that with the sperm..."
Today, I haven't had any O pains. But I haven't had that "pelvis full of liquid" feeling that I often get right after O, either. And my bbs aren't sore. (This seemed to be the trend after surgery. Though my Creighton Model supervisor, and my Dr both say it takes about 4 cycles for things to get back to normal, so maybe this is my new normal.) The other thing is I was dry all day yesterday, making Peak on day 14. Day 14. Let's just stop and appreciate that momentous achievement for a moment. A severe PCOS girl, whose charts used to look like those of the most fertile woman in the world (white baby stamps and peak type mucus just about every day of the cycle), who never O'd on her own... now actually Peaking on CD 14? Like a middle school health class textbook ovulator!!! Amazing.
I am slightly concerned that I ran out of Pre-Seed, because I do think I may have O'd yesterday, when I was really sensitive. But I was dry, so it would have been good to have some on hand. (Side note: have any of you heard of those women who've actually used real egg whites as a sperm-friendly lubricative for TTC? I don't care how desperate I am for a baby, I will never put eggs in my hoo-ha.)
I'm also crossing my fingers that the increased ovary sensitivity this month could mean a double ovulation... it'd be nice to have a couple of targets for DH's "developmentally challenged" sperm. And it would be MORE than nice to get a two-for-one deal after 2 yrs of infertility. Not that I'm banking on that thought, I'm just sayin'.