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    Nipples seem bigger??
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    An_244118 posted:
    noticed last night before i got into the shower that my nipples looked a little bit bigger and a little more pinker. what could this be? My fiance looked at them and said they looked a little different but he never really payed too much attention. I had my period this month 12th through the 19th. Hope someone can help or explain.
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    phoenixfire76 responded:
    Could be just a hormone fluctuation or just normal changes. If you had a normal for you period then you aren't pregnant. Though you can take a test for peace of mind sake.
    Best of luck.
    Me:35, DH:45, DD:17, DD:17, DD:16, DS:13, DD:11, DS:9 and 2 cats.


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