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So me and my girlfriend had a pregnancy scare where she had to take plan B. She got her period and has last for 4 days, with normal symptoms. But im concerned because her breasts have gotten abnormally large and even she is concerned. She never gets large breasts during her period. Could she still be pregnant, or am I just a spazz?
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If this only happened recently, it would still be too early for any pregnancy symptoms to show at all. So, even if her breasts do seem swollen, it's likely not a sign of pregnancy.

And if she's had a period since the risk, you can rule out pregnancy anyway.

If you're still worried, you can put your mind at ease by taking a pregnancy test.

[ 04-12-2011, 03:51 AM: Message edited by: September ]

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