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Why does my breast hurt when normally I don't get pre-menstruation?

By Anonymous April 16, 2017 - 6:36pm
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Hi! Ever since I woke up yesterday I've been feeling breast fullness. My breasts feel heavy, tender, kind of look and feel full. It hurts when I walk, run, and on touch. I don't even know of this is possible or if I'm just going crazy, but I feel as if my rib cage expanded/widened.

When it's time for my periods, I just get them. I don't get PMS. I am suppose to get my period in 2-3 days. So if this is PMS this is new and rare to me!! I'm 20 years old and I started getting my periods years ago. Also, I have that feeling where you can't really tell if clothes are wet or cold. That's with my bra right now.

I've taken 5 hpts- all negative. If there is a possibility of me being pregnant, I'd be 25 n half weeks. The last time I took a urine test was at a clinic and at that time I think I should've been around 21-22 weeks along.

I've read that some women don't register positive on urine pregnancy tests ever or till they are later on in pregnancy. So could it mean that now my hcg levels are rising and that there is still of chance of me being pregnant?

I am not able to get a serum test or go to a OB/GYN.

I have gone to the clinic before and the doctor just did the urine test and because my periods are still coming they said I'm not pregnant, but I just don't know for sure because of the things I've been reading online about women getting negative hpts throughout pregnancy and ending up delivering a baby.

Thank you for your response in advance!!!


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