Post Ovulation Cramping
In order to understand why females experience these cramps, we have to understand
exactly what Ovulation is. This is a process where our egg is released from a mature ovarian follicle for the
purpose of fertilization. If for some reason our egg does not get fertilized, it gets discharged away from
the uterus with some of our uterus lining. This is what is actually in our blood when we bleed
After ovulation or when the menstruation is occurring, females may experience a number
of things: tiredness, fatigue, dizziness, etc. This is completely normal. Our cramps and other pains that may
be in the abdomen occur in the post ovulation period. Females generally find the cramping in the abdomen or
back area and this is because of the uterus contracting. As experienced by most females, this post ovulation
cramping can also cause extreme discomfort escorted with headaches, backaches, spotting, and heavy bleeding.
If it gets to this point, go to and see a doctor.
Post ovulation cramping is more likely to occur in the second phase of the
menstruation cycle. When this occurs, it is more common to feel the cramps in the lower abdomen area, near
the ovaries. There is not really a set time for the pain; it could be long lasting or it could go away
quickly. In rare situations, you may find that just before you period, you experience pain that simply
unbearable. If this occurs, consult with a doctor. Here’s why…
You could have ruptured a blood vessel
You could have congestion of mucus
You could be stretching an Ovary
You may be Constipated
These all occur for different reasons but a checkup with a doctor should be
If you find that you are spotting after ovulation (small amounts of blood found), then
what happened is the follicle exploded and the egg was discharged into the abdomen. When this happens, you
have a high chance of cramping in the abdomen area.
Sometimes, this cramping in the abdomen means that you are pregnant. Pregnancy
actually takes place when the discharged egg managed to get fertilized. These cramps occur in this phase
because the uterus is undergoing changes because the implanted egg begins to grow into a fetus. This causes
the wall in the abdomen to grow, thus causing cramps.
Depending on your body, the pain may be extremely bad or not that bad at all. It is
different for everyone. Sometimes, you may find that these cramps cause you to fell fat and heavy and then
sometimes they may spread to your complete body causing sheer and utter pain. Don’t assume that you can’t see
a doctor just because these cramps are considered to be “normal.” Sometimes the pain will break you down and
the only solution is to a see a doctor.
Make sure that you eat healthy if this begins to occur. Fruits and vegetables will
give the needed vitamins and other supplements to help you resolve these cramps. Make sure you are having
bowel movements on a normal basis also. Try to reduce your caffeine and alcohol consumption because they
restrict your blood vessels which ultimately, make cramping worse.
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