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    breast pain for over two weeks
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    chargerchik2505 posted:
    yes i had a tubal 4 yrs ago i have sever endometriosis where im n pain extreme pain every single day i have periods all the time, but lately ive had severe severe breast pain and my whole life my boobs have never hurt or been sore before my period, the only time my breasts have been in pain like this is when im pregnant, i have two daughters, my tubes were tied after my second, its difficult for me and my husband to be "intimate" bc of my endometriosis, well two wks ago i had a break from having a period so we were "intimate" now ive had two periods only three days apart bc of my endometriosis but my breasts hurt so bad like they feel engorged almost, cant touch em hurts to wear a bra even a shirt touching them is extremely painful, could i be pregnant?
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