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Pregnancy symptoms

I have noticed a lot of people say your boobs are sore but I might be pregnant and mine haven't hurt that much only when they are squeezed ifs this normal???
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4749018 tn?1372359546
Yea rhats how mine whete.
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Mine didn't start hurting until I started producing colostrum, or when my nipples get REALLY hard.
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5636779 tn?1371436897
100% ! And did you know, that sore breast is ALSO a sign of your cycle ending! Most early pregnancy symptoms are also symptoms of menstration! The only set in stone answer is hcg urine/blood test! Good luck!
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Mine were always sore before my period, and they never hurt hurt in the beginning of pregnancy. More sore than anything.
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that is the same thing that's been going on with me my breast has been sore and since 6/11 ive been having sore breast and feeling like my period iis coming but just been having that nausea feeling in my stomach like it's coming no cramping yet but its  so Annoying because its on and off then on top of that if you ever been on antibiotics you know how they say to eat before taking them or your stomach will get upset that's how my stomach was feeling today and after I ate I feel like I was gonna throw up but I just have that feeling like I just took some antibiotics without eating
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okay yeah cause I havent had my period since February so I also have a little dark line from my belly button down but I looked that up and it said that was normal. but im still not sure if im pregnant or not
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You need to take a pregnancy test then. Mine just start being really sore at 5 months.
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