So I supposedly was two days before my peak ovulation last Sun the 25th and my husband and I had intercourse. I usually do get slightly sore breasts a week to a couple days before my periods towards my armpits. That usually only lasts a day or so. By Thurs of last week the 29th my breasts were sore and have remained that way for the past five days. Today I started bleeding some and having some cramping. I am not due for my period until next Tues the 11th. This would be my second pregnancy, our daughter will be 6 in Jan. I did get sore breasts with her but not until I was around 6wks prego. I did not have any implantation bleeding with her either. I do feel a bit lightheaded and queesy but that might be just because I am working myself up about this...lol. Could I really be having symptoms this early? If I am having symptoms this early could I get a positive test? Just looking for some advice and opinions. Thanks!!!View Thread
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