I'm 19. I'm a fulltime college student and my boyfriend and I always practice safe sex.
My cycle has been pretty off lately, so to give you an idea the following dates in 2012 with my cycle length.
Jan 16,: 34
Feb 18,: 33
Mar 19: 30
May 1: 43
May 31: 30
Jul 1: 31
Jul 31: 30
Aug 31: 31
Oct 1: 31
Nov 5: 35
Dec 14: 39
My period lasted 5 days each time and on average it seems as tho my cycle is about 32 days.
My period tracker on my iPhone says I was fertile around December 30-January 5 ovulating the 4th.
My boyfriend and I had sex on Dec 28 with a condom. As far as we both know the condom did not rip, and he pulled out before he ejaculated.
The 30th my breasts began to feel very tender. Now they are enlarged, as well as my nipples. I'm scared I may be pregnant. But I try not to worry myself because we practice safe sex. My period isn't due until the 18th. Any suggestions or reasons to think why my breasts have been enlarged and tender for about a week now?
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