Last month Dec 24 I took and ovulation test and it showed I was ovulating so we had sex twice. But I had a "period" on Jan 8th I say it in quotations because it wasnt off a lot but something felt different. Well last week I was emotional, crying all the time then fighting with my husband, and I had severe tender breast for about three weeks. Which dont normally feel tender until the week of my cycle I have an average of a 30 day cycle so this week I should be "ovulating" again and then have another in two weeks. The last time I was this crazy emotional was when I was pregnant with my son over a year ago. Should I be concerned, take a pregnancy test just in case or wait it out until my next expected period? I also have to go to the bathroom a lot more then normal as well and been moody. Please reply thanks.
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