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i usually suffer soreness of breasts an nausea right before my Period.. a day late an still no signs could i be pregnant ?? help

(10 Posts)
Jc23071994 Sun 17-Jan-16 16:59:43

Hi all.. Me an my partner have not been trying to concieve but i usually have a 35 day cycle an my period was due yesterday i wasnt worried because it is never reliable anyway but usually i experience some mild nausea and really sore breasts 3-5 days post period now i have not experienced any of this but mild twingy pains in the right side of my abdomen an some backache does anyone have any opinions on whether this could mean i have been caught pregnant or... Any advice would be appreciated thanks guys

IThoughtItWasAFart Sun 17-Jan-16 18:49:07

There really is absolutely no point asking us.

In the nicest possible way, we can't possibly tell you if you are or are not pregnant.

You need to do a test.

gamerchick Sun 17-Jan-16 18:50:16

Yup ^

Kwick709 Sun 17-Jan-16 18:59:01

JC you should definitely test - I would recommend using the "First Response" test - apparently Tesco have them on offer at the mo. Best of luck!

Jc23071994 Sun 17-Jan-16 19:10:04

Okay thanks

Jc23071994 Sun 17-Jan-16 19:10:33

Was literally just wonderig if anyone who had concieved in the past when they concieved did they express same symptoms thanks for help x

Kwick709 Sun 17-Jan-16 19:23:33

Can't help you there - I am TTC with no luck so far. The symptoms could be implantation but that occurs typically 5 days after ovulating - do you know when you ovulated?

Ridingthegravytrain Sun 17-Jan-16 19:32:10

Well I guess I depends if you had sex or not

If you had sex you could be pregnant

Brenna24 Sun 17-Jan-16 19:34:48

There is no way of telling without doing a test. All of the symptoms you get for early pregnancy you can equally get from the hormone rise before a period. While you are ttc you are going to be paying more attention so you are more likely to notice things you wouldn't normally, either new symptoms or ones that are missing. Good luck with the test.

Jc23071994 Sun 17-Jan-16 19:40:41

Yea i ovulated on the 5th of Jan and your right probably focusing on it too much going to wait a few days then test thanks smile

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