Hello All, I wanted to mention my breasts are really sore on the sides, I had Sciatic nerve pain yesterday and mild cramps on 1/4/13, I am a mother of 3 kids already and experienced Sciatic pain with all three pregnancies.. My mild/slight cramps are gone today but my breasts are really sore today more than yesterday. The last several menstral cycles Ive had my breasts never hurted.. I am suppose to get my period on 1/6/13. I actually took a pregnancy test today forgot to look at while i went to go put a load of laundry on that took no more than 20 minutes to complete, came back to the restroom and noticed there was a slight faint second blue line. Is this accurate? or did I wait to long? please help!
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