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Sore Breasts

I'm almost 30 years old..not expecting my period and nor pregnant, my breasts are really sore what could this be? Are they finally wanting to grow?
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1663135 tn?1310005363
I dont think they are growing. Your 30 so you just finished lol. Are you sure you are not prego. And you say your not expecting your period, why is that?
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Well I already had my period not to long ago bout 2 weeks ago..and my breasts have been hurting since then, had sex 2 days after period. My periods come every 14-17 days..I dont think Im prego already have 3 children so I know how I may feel if I was. Havent taken a test or anything.
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1663135 tn?1310005363
So you know then that every pregnancy is different. I would take a test just in case. And if that doesnt explain anything I would make an appointment with you Doc. Maybe there is just something going on with your hormones. And maybe it is pre menopause not sure though and the only way you will find out for sure is to talk to your Doc and let him take some tests. Good luck.
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Okies thank you very much =)
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iv recently had unprotected sex just after my last period, my breast are really tender and I have at least another 2wks till I'm due my next period... Could I be pregnant?
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Having the same effect here and anxious to find out if I am pregnant. However scared to take a test to be disappointed again! How did yours come out? Are you pregnant?
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