Hi, Is tight chest pain under and behind breasts an early symptom of pregnancy? I have headaches, dizziness, cramping, bloating, back pain but thinking its just a flu. The chest pains are pretty sore...
I haven't heard of chest pains being an early symptom of pregnancy. Sometimes you'll get it later on but that is only because the baby is big and grabbing onto your ribs and things like that. I might contact your doctor about the chest pains though if they are really bad. Better to be safe than sorry.
Think I'm too early for a test? period due in about 2 weeks...I think! I never really track my cycle - wish I did now. Just been having these symptoms which seem to indicate some symptoms of early pregnancy but from reading some entries doesn't necessary mean its the case. Guess I'll have to sit and wait it out. Pretty frustrating!
Mmmm it could be...just haven't been feeling 'right' and not in a usual sick way. Cramping is pretty bad too but not sure if its just normal ovulation. Dizziness and sore head, nauseous, sore back, but all could be flu symptoms. Think my breasts are a bit fuller (and have been a wee bit sore) but to be fair I have been eating a lot recently. No change in nipple colour, or taste and smell or urination. No spot bleeding. It's really difficult to tell eh!
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