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Old 05-05-2012, 10:42 PM
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Anyone have problems during ovulation?

I'm not talking just about mittlesmirtz, but anything.

Personally, I experience the good and bad of ovulation. My creativity and motivation to create are especially heightened at the time, and whenever I catch a wild hair to do something exciting (like book plane tickets to a place on the other side of the continent), my ovaries are usually bursting.

But it's not always paradise. I temporarily lose the ability to walk like a normal person. I slither around stiff-leggedly for about a day, and then things get better. Which doesn't mean "normal", but it's not quite as bizarre. Then, my coordination goes back on the fritz when the red tide rolls in. The pattern is so regular now that it's almost...normal.

Does anyone have anything like this? I've heard of people experiencing a worsening of all sorts of health conditions right before their periods, but I can't find any articles or online rants about ovulation badness.
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