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2011-01-07 06:44:26
2011-01-07 06:44:26

If your pregnancy test was negative, you got your period and your breasts are sore it could just mean that they're growing. Breasts can also be sore or tender during your period.


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Having tender brests doesn't get you pregnant. Having sex is what gets you pregnant. Tender breasts can be a sign of pregnancy, but not one that can be trusted. If you suspect something, get tested for real.

Yes having sore breasts is one sign of pregnancy but that is not all you must see the other signs like nausea and cramps also to confirm it.

It is too early to be having symptoms of pregnancy, but if you had unprotected sex then wait until your period is due and do a pregnancy test!

A ultrasound can and your doctor can tell if you're having a phantom pregnancy. Pregnancy tests will be negative and there will be nothing to see on ultrasound. I think I am experiencing a phantom pregnancy too. My period was over a week late but it was nothing but a couple days of brown bleeding. Now I have sore breasts, fatigue, food cravings, extra vaginal discharge, and major bloating but 3 negative urine tests. I think the abnormal period made me believe i was pregnant so therefor my body started to believe it and gave me symptoms with no baby in the oven. That's a phantom pregnancy.

If you are actually feeling movement in your belly, then you would be quite far along in your pregnancy. I've heard that it's possible for some women to test negative far into their pregnancy, so if you are not sure, go to your doctor. If you're that far along, you need to care for yourself and the baby. But if you're that far along, you would probably have a lot of other symptoms and would be starting to show as well.

You are probably fine if the lab test was negative. Try taking a couple home pregnancy tests and see what they say. Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include missed period, tender/swollen breasts, change in color of the breasts, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, increased sense of smell, and weight gain. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: Could you be experiencing a phantom pregnancy?

If you have had a normal period after having sex, and the home pregnancy test was negative, the chances of pregnancy are very low indeed. If you are having sex outside of a definitely faithful long term relationship please use barrier contraception (condoms) to avoid sexually transmitted diseases and to allow pregnancy to be planned.

If you have not missed your period and the pregnancy test is negative, then I would believe you are not pregnant.

that depends if ur having sex and then taking the pregnancy test

it means u are preganent congrat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ur having a baby wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww

I'm having this myself and I'm not pregnant hun. Discharge from your beast CAN be pregnancy related, hormonal related, irritation or infection in the milk ducts causing the discharge or too much porclatin which will cause dicharge also. The best thing to do is wait till your period is due and do a pregnancy test. If negative, see your doctor.

Bleeding, stomach pain, and back pain are not pregnancy symptoms. Your pregnancy test is negative and you are using effective birth control. Please see your health care provider to find out why you're having pain.

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