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06 Dec 2004
during the last month my breasts have increased very noticibly in size, they are very tenderand sore when i touch them.i have not put on weight in any other part of my body.i had a full normal period exactly a week ago and im on nordette contraceptive.im not having any other signs of pregnancy at all and usually get quite pms a week and a half before my period,but i still have 2 weeks until my period.i am ovulating at the moment. Is there any chance i might be pregnant?.i am sexually active (obviuosly) my boyfriend and i have been togather for over a year.but i really do not want to be pregnant right now..please advise!
If you are on the Pill, you do not ovulate. You don't say how long you have been on Nordette, but the breast tenderness may be a side effect of the Pill. If you have just had a period, pregnancy is unlikely.
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