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Is pain on the right side of the abdomen from the ovulation day a symptom of pregnancy ?

Hello doctor ,I am 25yrs married woman.Actually, my periods is irregular from the very beginning.I took several medicines but no use.Now we are planning for a baby.Today is my 29th day.I used Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test Kit and Saliva Microscope Test to identify my most fertile days.We had intercourse(all most continuous) from 8th day of my periods and 17th and 18th day is my most fertile days.I am having pain on the right side from the ovulation day.What does it mean? Can I become pregnant? Is it a symptom of pregnant? Please answer me doctor.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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Nephrologist 's  Response
You coiuld have got pregnant and no it is not a symptom of pregnancy. Please get yourself a urine pregnancy test kit. You could also go to a doctor and confirm it by an ultra sound abdomen and pelvis. All the best.
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Ram Mani Bhandari's  Response
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Painful ovulation is believed to be caused by a small leakage of blood from the ovary that occurs at the time of ovulation.
It could be cramping caused by implantation, or it could merely be 'mittelschmerz', which is ovulatory pain caused by the ovarian follicle stretching or bursting as the egg is released.
If you aren't pregnant already (and want to conceive) take note if you experience this pain midway through your cycle each month
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