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    My breasts are painful/tender after my period.
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    clarissa_jones posted:
    Hello!

    here is what's happening with me. I had an on time and normal period that ended ~ 11 days ago, then, 4 days later my breasts became very painful/tender as they do during PMS. It is still going on (8 days now). I'm not sure what to think about it. I had my hormone levels checked in December and they were normal. I guess my question is do you think that I may be pregnant? What else could this be?

    Thoughts?
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