So for the past week I have had sensitive nipples. But only in the cold. Could this be an early sign of pregnancy? Also they are starting to itch just a little. I have one child. My body acts weird when my hormones are at high levels. Also I am going to be starting my period soon. I have also read that our minds can think we are pregnant and give us signs but its a false pregnancy. Is this true?View Thread
Lately in the cold my nipples have been really tingly and a little itchy. Can this be early pregnancy or just hormones? I am expecting my period really soon. This would be my second child if I am. Its just my body has been acting weird sence my boyfriend and I have been having sex. I have also read that our minds can make our bodies think we are pregnant but we are not. Is that true?View Thread
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