I am currently 9 days past ovulation and my breast are very sore and my nipples seem to always be hard now. My breast starting getting slightly sore 4dpo and I know for a fact that I ovulated the morning of January 31st. Also I swear my breast have gotten bigger (even my mom said so). Has anyone had this sympton and been pregnant ? Thanks
Sore breasts and erect nipples can be a sign of pregnancy or an early sign of ur period. U can test now but u do run the risk of getting a false negative. However, I do know several people that have received a positive 9DPO...Good luck!
So my breast are still sore and nipples are still hard 10dpo and I had very light lower abdomen cramping this morning ... Well it was more like some was tieing a knot in my lower abod butbit wasn't painful .. Just a little noticeable !!!
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