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how far in advance before you are suppose to start your period should you be cramping and having tender breast?

By Anonymous July 31, 2010 - 11:06am
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my husband and i are trying to have a baby my first day of my LMP was july 13, 2010 and we had sex the whole time i was ovulating now my period is not due till august 10, 2010 but about two days ago my breast started being very tender and i began cramping on and off nothing major just small ones. also i am lactose and i have been drinking milk this whole week and with in 30mins of me drinking milk it usualy has me running to the bathroom but since tuesday i have been drinking milk and hadnt have to run to the bathroom i honestly only went about once this week.does any one have any idea's on what could be going on?

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GOOD LUCK! Wishing, hoping, and praying with you!

August 1, 2010 - 10:42am
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Hi Anonymous,

There is really no true answer to WHEN you should start getting sensations of period (sore breasts, cramping and so forth) as each one of us are different. One month we can have no symptoms and other months we can have every symptom.

The only way to know if you are truly pregnant is to wait. UGHH, I know. Missing your period and then taking a pregnancy test unfortunately is the only way to really know if you are pregnant. Pregnancy symptoms and premenstrual symptoms almost mimic each other.

Can you keep us updated though? Wishing you much luck!

August 1, 2010 - 10:01am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

i definitely keep everyone posted as well as i am wishing,hoping and praying myself.thanks for talk

August 1, 2010 - 10:30am
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