Are my sore tender breasts a sign of pregnancy?

Not necessarily. Tender breasts is common in all women of all ages. It is most commonly seen during the menstrual cycle. It can also be seen in fibrocystic changes. If you have concerns, i recommend to see your doctor for a complete evaluation.

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If having ONLY cramps seven days after conception, is that an early sign of pregnancy? Nothing else. No spotting, tender breasts, etc.

No. No, seven days after even an exactly known ovulation is too early to detect pregnancy, implantation doesn't occur until 6-7 days post-ov."Telling early" is this year's blog craze: I'm afraid it's nonsense, although its fun to think about. Read more...
Maybe. implantation takes place usually 7-10 days after ovulation. mild cramping may be a sign of this. once implantation occurs, the level of HCG begins to rise and then the pregnancy test will be positive. conception usually happens in the fallopian tube when the sperm and egg unite usually 36-48 hours after ovulation. Read more...

I have been having pregnancy signs as in tender breasts, tiredness, irritable... Can I be pregnant? And show signs only after 2 weeks?

Do a preg test. A home urine pregnancy test can be done in the privacy and comfort of your home. It is cheap and useful in identifying if you are pregnant or not. Whether you have missed period or unprotected sex or trying to concieve, this is a safe, easy test to perform at home to get the answers you seek best wishes Dr M. Read more...

Is a low temperature always a sign of early pregnancy (about 3 weeks) or can you be pregnant and not have one. I have been really tired frequent urination spotted dark brown/pink blood for 2 days tender breasts feel naucious had low grade fever yesterda

Low . Low grade fever can be a sign of early pregnancy. Not everyone experiences this, so to answer your question, yes you can be pregnant and not have a low grade fever. On the other hand low grade fever, especially if it lasts for a while, may may a sign of an infection. If this is the case(prolonged fever) you should inform your doctor right away. Also you can take an early prediction test at this point. Good luck. Read more...
HPT. Are you referring to a low body temperature & a low -grade fever? Neither are specific for pregnancy. The most important question is have you been sexually active and missed your period. If that is the case,go ahead and take a home pregnancy test to get your answer. Take care. Read more...