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No side breasts pain after ovulation, but high bbt. Good sign?

For the past few months my AF has become regular and after I ovulate the sides of my breasts are always sore. I just got off BC and my period returned to normal for the past two cycles. I'm trying for baby and I am sure I ovulate because of an OPK and my high bbts, also I had cramps on one side of my ovaries; however the sides of my breasts aren't sore or tender just a tingling sensation here and there. Is that a good sign that conception occurred?

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Breast pain is common and normal during the lp. Side pain on breasts is often related to progesterone. High temperatures on the BBT chart are always a good sign as they confirm that ovulation occurred. The presence or absence of breast discomfort is not an indicator for a pregnancy outcome. The elevated temperatures on the BBT chart will only point to a pregnancy as they continue to stay high as you miss your period. Best wishes and the Lord's blessings.

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