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Have sore breasts, cramping and tender cervix. Early pregnancy symptoms?

I am trying to concrete at the moment and am currently 7 days post ovulation . I generally get sore breasts until my period but the last two days they seem more sore than normal and they feel swollen and bigger. I have had light cramping for the last two days and my cervix is tender when touched and I can feel it higher up in uterus . I am a 30 day cycle and wondered if this could be typical early pregnancy symptoms .
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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All the complaints that you have mentioned in query are non specific ones.It can be due to pregnancy.
But,it will be confirmed by PREG Colour test with Urine.
It can be done in your home also.
Get it done and confirm.
If it is negative for pregnancy,take an Anti inflammatory drug.
Wish you good health
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