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Dark rounds around areola,sore breast, unprotected sex. Cure for symptoms?

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My last period was September 15th so im not late but now not the areola but the skin around my areola is getting a dark ring around each one and they are extremely sore to touch! Sore breast is a normal pms symptom for me so im mainly concerned about the dark rings on the skin of my areola. I did have unprotected sex this month. Any idea what these rings can be?
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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Hi, the ovulation time is 14 days before the expected date of the period. means around the 28th or 3days both ways. So if at all conception has to occur it is around this time. and the fetus starts to form in that period.
By the time you get the expected date, you will be 15 days pregnant, that is why the the period skips. I hope you got it. Thank you.
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