I've had sore breasts for about a week now,
not only are they tender but they are swollen and the area around my nipple is larger than usual
My last period was on Dec 14, lasted five days. I had protected sex with a condom on the 28th.
My period has been irregular the past two months but prior it was every 32/31st day.
That being said, I'm expecting it the 18th.
Im due on AF today.
Me and my boyfriend are TTC for.5 months now, im sick and fed up of that one line.
I had my perood back in December and according to my calender if i am pregnant i will have concieved on 24th December so Xmas Eve/Day.
Im just scared of taking a test because i dont want a negative test.
It seems as though everyone is getting pregnant other than me :( so confused don't know what to do.
Need reassurance, help, anything!!
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