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    Itchy Nipples - Very Early Pregnancy Symptom?
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    Anon_80633 posted:
    We have been trying for our second baby for 7 months. For the past 3 months I have been on Clomid (lowest dose) so I have been monitoring my ovulation very carefully. My ovulation test was positive Saturday morning. The next day I had very itchy, sensitive nipples. This has continued through today. I have had sensitive nipples from the Clomid the past few months, but I have never experienced the itchiness.
    I know it's crazy since I'm only 2-3 DPO, but is this a possible sign of pregnancy or something else? Thank you for your help!
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    An_242764 responded:
    This is the wrong board for this question. This is for women who are already pregnant. Try the Could I be Pregnant board.


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