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No real answers here, but I will say that my ovaries felt sore when I was taking clomid. I felt real pain when I think I ovulated, and there was still a soreness for a couple of weeks afterwards (during which time I was indeed pregnant--with twins). I think my ovaries were hyperstimulated, but I can't know for sure since absolutely no u/s monitoring was done of them. I didn't know then what I know now.
I would be surprised if an ectopic pregnancy could make you feel so much pain so early on. . . usually I think women start to feel pain around 6 weeks when the embryo gets bigger. But definitely you should get it checked out just in case.
A cyst can also cause the kind of pain you describe, I've had a lot of those. Usually they just go away on their own, and shouldn't interfere with a pregnancy.
Baby dust and hugs to you!
Mindfully mothering SIX kids (ages 5, 6, 8, 9, 11 & 11) in a small house with a lot of love.