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What is the difference between the pain you feel on your abdomen and breasts during ovulation and the pain you feel during the first- two weeks of pregnancy.

By March 7, 2012 - 8:24am
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I had contact with my BF's penis during some petting, it didn't go in and it felt dry. At first I was not worried but now I've noticed pain in my breasts and on one side of my stomach. I'm not so sure if this is normal ovulation or I got pregnant. It is also more complicated because today I tested positive with typhoid so I can't tell if my headache and fatigue are due to pregnancy. I'm worried because when i read about early signs of pregnancy, most of them point at me.

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Hi Stiel

You cannot get pregnant unless sperm enters the vagina so you are not pregnant. PMS and pregnancy symptoms mimic each other so you probably have PMS.



March 7, 2012 - 10:58am
(reply to Susan Cody)

Thanks a lot for your help. Honestly, was more than worried. And I also got something from a doctor; he says that if the pain on your breasts is on the sides and there are no changes in nipple color, then you are ovulating. So now i think I'm at peace- never taking risks again.

March 8, 2012 - 5:00am
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