AF is due August 11. I have notice little bumps on my nipples and they are increasing in number and size. Is there any other possiblilty for this than pregnancy?
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:just wonderingAF is due August 11. I have notice little bumps on my nipples and they are increasing in number and size. Is there any other possiblilty for this than pregnancy?
Montgomery Glands fluctuate with the amount of hormones in your body. It does not mean you're pregnant.
Good look when you take your test on the 11th.
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Report This| Share this:just wonderingDear almercer,<br /> <br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/breast-cancer/guide/breast-cancer-normal-breast">Montgomery Glands</a> fluctuate with the amount of hormones in your body. It does not mean you're pregnant.<br /> <br />Good look when you take your test on the 11th.<br /> <br />Byroney
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