Tender breasts are a sign of pregnancy, but they are also a sign of your period coming. You should take a home pregnancy test or go see a doctor. You can look up planned pregnancy in the yellow pages, you can see a doctor there. You may be able to find some help there. They will also help you with finding the right form of Birth Control for you. If you don't want to become pregnant, you need to use protection every time.
Tender breasts are only one sign of pregnancy but there are other reasons that your breasts could be tender. If you miss your next period, take a pregnancy test.
Yes. When you are pregnant, your breasts tend to be sore or tender.
Not realy one way to tell is if your breasts feel tender
Your breasts will start to get sore a couple of days after conception, its a very early sign of pregnancy.
You can have headaches during pregnancy but it is not necessarily a sign of pregnancy. Your signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue
Although abdominal pressure can occur during pregnancy, it is not necessarily a sign of pregnancy. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue
Not generally. Sore, swollen, tender or color change in the breasts can be a sign thouogh.
Not necessarily. Your signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue
There could be several reasons why your breasts might feel tender on the side and underneath. Tender breasts can be part of premenstrual symptoms and can also be a sign of pregnancy.
Tender breasts (when a woman's breasts feel sore or cause pain when touched), could indicate a number of things, including that a woman's menstrual cycle is about to begin. It can also be an early sign of pregnancy.
No it's a sign of pms. Not pregnancy. Sorry.
no it is not a sign pregnancy
It usually is not a sign, but it is very common among pregnant women! So maybe it should be a sign! Your signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue
After priod generally no one can get pregnant, because period is just completed and tender breasts are not a sure sign of pregnancy. But in some cases period like bleeding is present even after pregnancy, so one should confirm pregnancy after the test.
If sleeping less is your only symptom, probably not. You may sleep less during pregnancy but your main signs of pregnancy are (in order): * swollen/tender breasts * change in color of breasts * fatigue
Having tender brests doesn't get you pregnant. Having sex is what gets you pregnant. Tender breasts can be a sign of pregnancy, but not one that can be trusted. If you suspect something, get tested for real.
I suppose you can have a rash during pregnancy due to maybe skin sensitivity but a rash is certainly not a common sign of pregnancy. Usually your first signs are going to be a missed period, tender or swollen breasts, change in color in the breasts, fatigue/tiredness and frequent urination.
Swollen and/or tender breasts are usually among the first signs of pregnancy.
Its either a sign of pregnancy or a milk duct infection. You don't usually leak milk until late in pregnancy (if at all) so this may be a sign of a hormone imbalance unrelated to pregnancy. See a doctor.
Yes. Please talk to your doctor.
Breasts can get tender anytime during pregnancy, sometimes acting as the first sign of pregnancy like in my case, or they may not get sore until 8 or 9 months or after delivery when your milk comes in. Everyone's different, my SIL's thought I was crazy when I told them how sore my breasts were at 6 weeks because they didn't get sore until 7 or 8 months.
Pregnancy symptoms are different for every women. The most common symptom regarding the breasts are swollen, sore or tender breasts which usually happens as early as 1-2 weeks after conception.
Your first sign of pregnancy will most likely be (aside from a missed period) tender and swollen breasts. You can start seeing pregnancy symptoms around the week of your expected period or 1-2 weeks after your expected period.
Better take a pregnancy test