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My breast are tender and sore not sure if pregnant or it my period

Hello ' I'm 18 almost 19. My breast have been sore for the past 3 to 2 weeks. It's mostly on the side of my arm put and around my nipple. It hurts even when touched or rubbed on. I'm suppose to get my period this week. Their is also a possibly I might be pregnant. I rarely get the " sore breast" syndrome. I have been getting other syndromes like , sleepiness, cravings, moodiness. I have a kid already , and my pregnant syndromes are the same as my period syndromes expect the sore breast . And I have also been getting some nauseous ness and a tight pain one stomach under my rib... What could it most likely be ?
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I waited till I missed my period to take a test that confirmed that I was pregnant I'm also 18 will be 19 10 days before my due date ....I'd wait to see if your period comes or not to take a test
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Wait and see if you miss your period. If you had unprotected sex it could be a possibility otherwise, we dont know.
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9498641 tn?1411576331
I waited till I missed my period.  I have really sore breasts.. and the sleepiness and cravings. With extra moodiness.. i felt pregnant and took the test yesterday  And it was positive.. take a test :)
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I took a test last weekend and it came out negative . But I'm sure it was bec I haven't missed my period . I have 5 days to go thanks !:) and it was not unprotected sex. We would use a condom but we would also have it with ou a condom for a sort time then put the condom on .. Not sure if that makes a difference . This would be at the beginning and after when we would go again ..
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Ur not pregnant..
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You can get pregnant from the 'precum'. If you're not using a condom from the get go you could be pregnant from that.
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