This is a common myth. In one study of over 3,000 women, those who had bloating while ovulating were nearly five times more likely to have postpartum hemorrhaging than those who were not.
No need to freak out just yet because it turns out that the cause of bloating is actually not too much of a shock. It’s just that, like all other things relating to reproductive health, it’s something a woman can do at will.
Of course, it’s pretty much just a myth. Most women don’t really worry about it. That said, if you do, you should definitely consult with your doctor about it. While there are no hard and fast rules on when a woman should start ovulating, most doctors recommend waiting at least a couple of months to a year before you become fertile.
Unfortunately for some women, it’s a myth that they can get bloating while ovulating. While a lot of women do it, it’s really not a big deal unless you’re doing it on purpose. Not to say that you shouldn’t be ovulating, but it should be monitored on a regular basis, and those monitoring your ovulation should ensure you’re not doing it on purpose.
There are many reasons that a woman can get bloating while ovulating. I have heard women say they feel bloated, but this is due to the extra pressure of ovulating which can cause your body to hold on to fluid. This is not a normal symptom of being pregnant, which is a common misconception. If you are experiencing this symptom, it will most likely be due to your ovulation date being out of sync with your menstrual cycle.
In this case however, the extra pressure of ovulation would cause your body to hold onto extra fluid which is why you feel bloated. Also, if you have a woman who is experiencing this symptom, it can also be due to a hormone imbalance due to your body’s over-production of estrogen.
If this symptom is due to being pregnant, you should probably get tested for and treated for any other conditions.
I had a client who was experiencing bloating for the same reason I had one of my clients who was experiencing bloating. This meant she had been pregnant but didn’t know it. The results of her pregnancy tests confirmed her to be pregnant but the doctors decided to do a few tests and found she was ovulating but without a period. This caused her to have a bloated tummy and all of the excess blood flow to her tummy.
Not a good thing to be pregnant without a period. But what about when you ovulate during your period? It can cause some severe problems in your body. At worst it can make your periods feel heavy and cause you to poop a lot. At best it can cause you to become uncomfortable and have to run a fever to get rid of your period.
The last thing I want is to have my period while pregnant, but unfortunately that’s the reality. My period wasn’t exactly the best this year after all. It’s definitely made me feel worse than normal, so I’m not sure how exactly to take it.