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Symptoms of Ovulation
Do sore nipples mean that ovulation has occured or can it be an indicator that it is about to occur?
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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!!!!
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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.
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Thanks very much for your comments, much appreciated.  I am due for AF next week.  It seems such a long wait ! x
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I often have sore nipples a few days after ovulation, and it lasts for about a week. I think it's due to the surge in progesterone that happens after ovulation.
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pls. how do i know if i am ovulating. and how many days do ovulation last
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pls. how do i know if i am ovulating. and how many days do ovulation last
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i had an abortion 3 months ago and since then i have been having cloting mestration.

What those this mean and i hope i  can still get pregnant in the future
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pls is there somebody help me..my question is or my problem is how do i know if I am fertile what are the signs? i have 28 days cycle
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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.
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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. :(
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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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