GP Dr Rob Hicks replies: It sounds like ovulation pain, which around one in five women gets. It's usually on the side of the lower abdomen where the egg is being released, around 14 days before a period starts. The pain is caused by the egg breaking through the ovary wall, and ra...
Obstetrician Leonie says: If you have an irregular cycle, it is more difficult to know when you are at your most fertile.Women with polycystic ovaries ovulate less frequently than other women, and in some cycles may not ovulate at all. If you do
Obstetrician Leonie says: 'Until your periods start again, it's difficult to know when or if you're ovulating, as the usual tests for ovulation such as prediction kits are recommended for use around the middle of the menstrual cycle.There is a huge
to avoid too much stress and have sex regularly, especially in the middle of your cycle, to increase your chances of conceiving.As you have fallen pregnant in the past, the chances that you have a serious problem are low, but you should see your doctor