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Swollen breasts and increased vaginal discharge

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I had protected sex (condom) with my partner Aug 31 and got my normal period Sept 4-8..I did not have sex since then...i have been getting swollen breasts a lot bigger than normal but they seem to swell and deswell and am having much more vaginal discharge than normal for the past 3 days...would this be due to stress and what are the chances of getting pregnant?? I'm expected to get my period Aug 29.

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replied September 29th, 2008
Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms Answer A4767
If you got your last regular period on 4-8th Sept. and you haven't had sex since then the chances for you to be pregnant are equal to zero.

Swollen breasts and increased vaginal discharge are not sure signs of pregnancy. They can also be seen in other circumstances.

You could do a pregnancy test to make sure that you are not pregnant.

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