I'm on Birth Control Pills and my nipples hurt, can I be pregnant?

When they say your breast hurt, is there something specific about it? My nipples hurt, but thats the only thing. I last period was November 2nd. But I’ve been waiting to get a pregnancy test. I’m going to be buying one as soon as the holidays start. That way if I am pregnant or are not pregnant then my boyfriend and I can handle it personally and not around everyone else.

Answer #1

when I got pregnant the entire beast hurt. its no different from before you start your period or when theyre growing. its the same kinda pain.

Answer #2

well I’m on birth control for like 2 years so I wasn’t sure if I could. It sucks not knowing. I know if I take a test today it will prob say not pregnant. I’m not feeling sick but my nipples have NEVER hurt before this ever. I started having unprotected sex about 2 weeks ago…how much longer should I wait before I take a test? ugh and should I keep taking my BCP? also.. I’m suppoesd to get my period in like 7 days.. will I still get my period if I’m on birth control? its so confusing!

Answer #3

Yeah I’ve been hearing that a lot but I’ve been on them for so long and that has never happened. & I don’t take them at the same time everyday, and I hear that can make them less affective?

Answer #4

Birth control pills give your body an excess of estrogen. This means it makes your hormones crazy and makes your body think that you are pregnant. So you may get some of the symptoms but it is highly unlikely.

Here are so things you can do to relieve the discomfort you are feeling:

  • massage your breasts near the nipple
  • place a warm cloth over the sore nipple
  • avoid caffeine
  • eat leafy green vegetables
  • take vitamins C, D, E and B-12

If you are concerned, you can take a pregnancy test as soon as three or four days after a missed period.

Answer #5

yes if you’ve had sex (wether it was protected or not) you could be pregnant yes you can get pregnant at any time of the month at any time you have sex no form of birth control or contraception is 100% effective at preventing pregnancy either so any time you have sex there’s a chance of pregnancy

to find out if your pregnant take a pregnancy test 2-3 weeks after you had sex (any sooner and the results won’t be accurate) in the morning with your first pee is the best time and take it when your period is due alternatively, see a doctor for a blood test this will both let you find out quicker and give you more accurate results

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