Yeah, I get that to varrying degrees, off and on. I've always had pretty much the crappiest experience one can have with periods. Irregular sometimes, way too heavy, mittelschmerz, and the funnest of them all - PMDD.
It's a grand time, hemorrhaging like you're about to die, while being so depressed and irrational and angry that everyone says you are "a different person" this time of the month - only they say it with extreme concern, not that "ahaha, she's PMSing, tee hee hee!" way they say to minorly *****y people...
Only to know two weeks later, you're going to be in pain again, because you're ovulating. Once (what I thought was) the ovulation pain was so bad I almost called an ambulance. I couldn't move, though, so I couldn't get to my phone on the other side of the bed. Nothing existed except the pain. I had a fever and cold sweats but I barely noticed because there was just this roiling agony happening in my pelvis. I tried to roll out of bed onto my knees so I could crawl to the other side of the bed, but I just fell on the floor. I tried standing up, and promptly fainted. I late realized I'd had an ovarian cyst rupture. Awesome!
In any case, I attempt to look at the bright side of my ovulation pain. And oh, there IS a bright side.
If I ever meet a fabulously wealthy man, and feel compelled to financially tie myself to him? I'll know preciesly when I'm ovulating and thus when to seduce him so I can have his baby.
See? Total upside!