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Lndsymxsn10:I'm not pregnant that I know of but if I am I'm very early. Does anyone else have real sore, achy breasts really early in the pregancy? I know when I was pregnant with my son my breast hurt a week after I got pregnant!
So you'd be better to answer your own question than any one here since you've been through this before. SMH.
I get sore achy breasts for two weeks every month.
I have never been pregnant.
Once someone ovulates, they produce progesterone. Progesterone causes symptoms such as tender breasts, bloating, a rise in basal body temperatures, etc - preparing the body for the possibility of a fertilized egg to implant. If an egg is fertilized and implants, then the body starts producing HCG. HCG causes the same symptoms as Progesterone.
If it's still 'early' then the symptoms are from Progesterone and not pregnancy-related.
If you're actually having pregnancy related symptoms (symptoms caused by HCG and not Progesterone) then you should be able to turn an HPT positive.
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Welcome to The Bump! Also known as: Online Pregnancy Test
Simply list your symptoms and wait no less than 3 minutes and no more than 10.
Congrats! You're pregnant!
Sore breasts are an obvious sign as no one ever gets them for any reason other than pregnancy!
Look up phantom symptoms. If you are pregnant enough to have symptoms, then you're pregnant enough to turn a test positive.
MJHershey:First sign of pregnancy is a + on a test IMO.
exactly what I wanted to say.