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My stomach has been sore to touch, breast also. Today I had really bad sharp pain in my left breast. I have never had that before...Could I be pregnant? I have only been pregnant once in 2005, and I had a miscarraige.

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replied September 22nd, 2009
Am I Pregnant Answer A7328
Welcome to the forum!
The symptoms ‘stomach has been sore to touch, breast also’ are not suggestive of pregnancy, except ectopic pregnancy. Please take a pregnancy test to confirm if you are pregnant and in case the test is positive you should consult your gynecologist. A woman can often have periods if she has an ectopic.
The other possibility is that you have severe acidity, GERD or gastric reflux, IBS or any other problem of the gut. The breast pain can be related to the stomach problems or to pregnancy (but ideally both breast are affected), fibroadenosis of breast or a lump.
Discuss this with your gynecologist or your PCP. It is difficult to comment beyond this without examining or give a confirmed diagnosis on net. Hope this helps. Take care!

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