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Sore Breast Not Pregnant No Period
Very sore breasts. Not pregnant. Not due for period. No changes or abnormalities. What could this be??
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I'm having slight cramping but no period and sore breasts. Could I be pregnant, my period is 3 days late?
Possible: Do a home test it shoudl be + if u are preg by now, if - and u don't get your period, see your gyn for an exam and a blood preg test. ...Read more
Yes: It's normal for the premenstrual symptoms to be different from cycle to cycle. Many women will randomly skip certain usual symptoms. Sit tight. If still no period when it's due, run a pregnancy test if that's a possibility. ...Read more
Time to test: It means you could be pregnant. Please do a pregnancy test. ...Read more
Had a Mc 2 months ago normal and on time period last month now sore breast and 3 days late. It is possible to be pregnant again?
Absolutely: Only way to know for sure is to get a pregnancy test. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I'm having sore breast which is normal before my period but different parts of my body randomly get tingly?
Hormonal changes: That time is associated with a number of hormonal changes which influence variably your body ...Read more
I have missed my period last month. My breasts feel very full \u0026 tender but my tests have all been negative. So am I not pregnant?
Home pregnancy tests are very accurate.: They are the same tests used in a doctors office. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. if you doubt the result you can repeat it in 1-2 days. If you were pregnant the hormone level would rise enough for detection. ...Read more
Breasts were aching for a few days before I was expecting my period now my period is 5 days late and breast not aching anymore pregnant test neg?
Give it more time: I would give it at least two weeks since the last time you had intercourse and take another pregnancy test. If it still says negative then let me know and we will talk from there :]. ...Read more
How likely is it to get pregnant w/ unprotexted sex 1 week & few days after last period. I'm about 2 weeks post last period with tender breasts....
Is it normal to have some symptoms such as sore breast, nuasea, a week prior to my expected period especially the time I stop taking my bc pill?
Yes: Some people do have symptoms such as nausea or breast tenderness prior to the period that will occur some months and not others. This can be related to how you are eating, if you're eating more caffeine or sweets or rich foods than usual. However if you missed any pills this cycle or don't get your period then check a pregnancy test, since these are also pregnancy symptoms. ...Read more
After unprotected sex the entire month my breasts were tender my period is due in the next couple of days should I wait to get tested for pregnancy?
I'm nauseated often breast are feeling heavier and tender I've had very light period that light pink and barely there for 3 days could I be pregnant?
Yes: Yes, you might be pregnant. You need to get a pregnancy test done. There are many home pregnancy tests. They all work the same way. Get a test. It's the bponly way to tell (other than waiting a few more months). ...Read more
If I had protected sex on 5 th Dec which was the day of end of my period can I get pregnant? Am worried because I have tender breasts and a little cra
Likely not. ..: If you had " protected " sex and on last day of your period (day 5) it has been 2 weeks now - it is very unlikely that you can be pregnant. Await your period and see. If you do not get it - take a urine pregnancy test. Some breast tenderness and cramps are normal during mid - cycle = ovulation. Based on timing - you are probably in ovulation now. See your doctor if any doubt. ...Read more
I'm on the pill, perhaps sometimes take it a few hours late, and haven't missed a 'period'. My breasts have been slightly tender, could I be pregnant?
I have extremely sore breast and its been going on for about a week and a half. Ended my last period on jan 19.
Period on Oct 29 for 5 days. Brown blood day before & 2 days after, breast pain days later. Can this be pregnancy?
My breasts are tender and are producing milk for the past 2 months but ive had my period on schedule, can I be pregnant?
Not likely: If you are sexually active and not using contraception, it is always possible that you could be pregnant and that must be ruled out first. But if all you have is breast tenderness with discharge, you could have an elevated prolactin level that could be responsible, among other things, and may want to get it evaluated. ...Read more
If we don't get no signs of period does it mean I'm pregnant coz I'm not getting no feeling just feel sick and tender breasts????
Do a PG test: Some people get no (or very mild) symptoms in early pregnancy. Check a pregnancy test and if negative and more than a week since your last period see your doctor. ...Read more
Can you be pregnant even if you period came 5 days and lasted 2 days? While having extermly tender breast? This been going on for a month now
Just take a test: Don't guess. Take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more
Never had tender Breast b4 period. I have had sore breast 4 8 days now 3 days until period begins. Last period was 5/25/14 is it 2 soon 4 hot?
Premenstrual mastalg: I have found that women in their 40s begin to experience more tenderness in their breasts between ovulation and the period. I don't know your age but would guess that is the case since this is a new and concerning change for you. If it persists past the period see your provider. Do a self breast exam also at the onset of the period. ...Read more
I've done a pregnancy test even though I had my period because my breasts have been tender and heavy for 12 days should I test again at later date?
Breast Tenderness: There must be a hundred different reasons for breast tenderness. If you are not pregnant then why is this the only option you are considering? ...Read more
Period was 12 days early, very light and lasted less then two days. Also my breasts are tender and nipples are sensitive and hurt. Am I pregnant?
Take the test: If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more
What would cause your breast to be tender had a period for 4 days in oct., but not this month. Took 1 pregnant test showed I wasn't, what should I do?
Breast tenderness usually occurs around the time of ovulation and right before your period starts. Other causes are cysts in the breasts, which are made worse by high amounts of caffeine intake. A diet high in fat has also been linked to breast tenderness.
If your symptoms have not resolved I suggest you visit your doctor for an evaluation.
Good luck. ...Read more
My breasts are very tender & heavy, although I'm not pregnant nor getting my period. Last time this happened, they grew a lot. What could cause this?
Missed ovulation: You likely had a normal, common occurrence known as an anovulatory cycle (your ovary didn't release an egg this month). A build-up of estrogen causes the breast tenderness. If you are regularly using birth control, you should call your ob/gyn for an in-office pregnancy test. If still negative, they will likely give you a short course of Progesterone to induce your period and "reset" your cycle. ...Read more
Breast pain is common. It is typically experienced during the menstrual period. Pain can range from mild tenderness, burning, dull ache, sharp or stabbing. It can be experienced in 1 or both breasts. Fibrocystic changes is the most common cause of breast pain. Hormonal medications (birth control, hormones) can cause pain as well. Infection ...Read more