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From what I understand, sore nipples are not only a PMS symptom, but a pregnancy symptom as well, usually both after you've ovulated. I haven't heard of sore nipples being before you ovulate, but it could happen. Best Wishes!!!!
Sore nipples are usually a sign of PMS or pregnancy. OV symptoms are: large amount of EWCM; raised, soft & open cervix, small amount of mid-cycle spotting, and ovary pain. You should start BBT charting or using OPKs if you're having trouble recognizing your bodily symptoms.
when you ovulate you will have pains in your lower abdomen area, cramp like symthoms. And your breast are sore in some areas! I know i dont have a normal cycle but im not to worried about it. I'm so use to it. But for me my breast hurts, im irrated at everything, im very crampy, and tired.
Of course you'r bleeding clots!! You just had a living child ripped from your womb-- that leaves scars. As for getting pregnant again, you should know that miscarriage of future pregnancies is a risk of abortions. They don't tell you that. Choosing death for your child hurts everyone involved; especially you. :(
Your incredibly assumptive and judgmental response was completely unnecessary more then two years later, as is mine to you now. There are many other reasons a person may have to make the horrible decision to have an abortion other then just choosing to have a "living child ripped from your womb". I suppose you didn't think about it that way before you irresponsibly hit send on your response.
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