Okayyyy, well.. i didnt take a pregnancy test yet because I have to pick one up.. My fiance & I are planning to test on Friday.. Well, we are unsure if we are pregnant because my period was a little late and came Sunday, but it was less than 24hours.. Which we thought was odd.. Has anyone experienced this & ended up being pregnant? I really dont have much pregnancy symptoms.. Maybe some nausea but rare.. I know your breasts should be sore but mine arent.. They just feel different.. I was wondering what do you guys think? Your opinion.. & if Friday it comes out negative when do i start taking ovulation tests again since this month was abnormal?
Not everyones breast are sore when pregnant, I have 2 kids (ages 7 & 5) I only had tenderness with my oldest. Have you been under any stress? Have you changed your diet? Both will throw a regular period off but it wouldn't hurt to take a test.
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