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Could you still be pregnant if you started your period but you have been very tired and nauseous and your nipples have been very sore and sensitive?

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2015-07-15 21:34:30
2015-07-15 21:34:30

Sometimes you may be sick of something else. you should go check with your doctor.

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My period started but my nipples feel different and i cant strecth does that mean am pregnant?

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It means nothing really if you are worried ask your doctor. If you have just started your period a month or so its more then likely it is irregular like many. But if you've had it for lets say 3 years and this just started happening and your are on "the pill" it could be your pill trying to figure out your schedule still or a main reason, STRESS, or more then liekly your pregnant so I would get a pregnancy test to be sure. If your nipples are sore and itchy you could be pregnant...but if you haven't had s*x yet then you most likely aren't pregnant.

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Well, she isn't pregnant, but I don't know who started the rumor.

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It is unlikely that you are pregnant if you started your period straight after sex

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it depends,if puberty hasn't started they are more sensitive and girls tend to like sensitive guys better

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This is different for everyone but mine started right away.

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Yes you can if you have started ovulating. Girls get pregnant younger then that.

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If she has started having periods (menstruating) then she can get pregnant.


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