Both of my breats are tender but the left is way worse than the right and it seems to be bigger than the right as well. I think i am 10 dpo but I didnt track this month plus me and the bf were sick so we didnt get to bd alot... but im having bad pms symptoms and af is due in a week. i have increased appetite, bloating and this boob issue (which isant every month... every few months my boobs hurt b4 af) plus im super moody but thats normal before af shows. any advice?? should I wait it out or test? think i could be pregnant? i was almost positive I was out this month.. but its killing me lol
with my dd my boobs hurt so bad, it was the main reason i thought i was pregnant. I didnt test positive until i was 3 days late though. i remember my hubby saying "wow you must be getting your period b/c you are mega bitc hy) so there is always the chance its not pms!! personally i would wait until your 14dpo, less chance for a false negative. i dont find those early tests are very early...at least not for me.
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