Does breast tenderness mean you are ovulating?

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2015-07-15 21:27:47
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I'm using the fertility sticks to detect my LH surge which is a prescursor to ovulation and both yesterday and today the sticks say I am going to ovulate in 24-48 hours. I said to my husband yesterday that the only difference I feel is that my nipples and breasts are a little tender.

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