There are a few different things that breast tenderness can be a sign on. Every month females can experience breast tenderness during their period. However, breast tenderness can also be a sign of pregnancy.
Breast tenderness is often the earliest sign of pregnancy and can start shortly after implantation.
No, they can be tender when you're starting your period or when there is illness as well. Breast tenderness can be a sign of pregnancy, but it doesn't always mean that you are pregnant when it occurs either.
yes it is but it can also mean other things as well
tenderness in the abdomen is not a sign of pregnancy so if that is the situation i suggest you seea doctor. p.s. tenderness in the breasts is a sign of pregnancy.
Some women may have breast tenderness with ovulation after stopping NuvaRing. It's just a matter of your body going back to its regular cycle. Breast tenderness can also be a sign of pregnancy, so take a pregnancy test if you miss your period.
Chest pain is not a sign of pregnancy but should be checked by a doctor. Breast tenderness (pain) is often one of the first signs of pregnancy.
No, definitely not. You need to consult a doctor about this.
From my knowledge, no but only tenderness of the breasts might occur though.
Yes, for some women. i have breast soreness and tenderness , it keeps going on n off ..i think soreness along with darkening of areola is definitely a positive sign of pregnancy
Breast tenderness can sometimes be the first sign of pregnancy. With my first pregnancy, I noticed my breasts were very sore and they seemed to be getting larger. Wearing a bra could be painful. So, yes, it could be a sign. However, some women experience this prior to their periods. I never did this prior to my period, so I knew it was s sign of pregnancy.
That is a sign of pregnancy, but it can also be a symptom of PMS. Wait until you are late and take a home pregnancy test or go see a doctor now. Breast tenderness isn't a sure sign of pregnancy.
! Yes, you can get breast tenderness in the first couple of weeks, as long as nausea!! Congrats!!
Nipple tenderness can be a sign of your period or early pregnancy. Take a pregnancy test if you think you're pregnant.
Usually a missed period is the first sign. Or if you experience morning sickness or breast tenderness or increase in breast size.
The type and onset of pregnancy symptoms varies from woman to woman, but there are many common symptoms of pregnancy. These can include morning sickness, headache, bloating, and of course missed period. However, even before all that, many women experience breast tenderness or pain.
The very first sign of pregnancy is Breast Tenderness or sore Breast.Moreover you will feel fatigued .And some back ace .I am writing it keeping in view my personal experiences !
Tenderness is not a requirement. Especially after the first pregnancy. The glands of the breast will develop ... but at their own rate.
Yes. Breast tenderness is a common feeling in pregnancy.
Many but not all women do have soreness or tenderness of the breast during pregnancy.
yes With my first pregnancy my breasts were so tender I could not bear to be cuddled. With my second I had no breast tenderness whatsoever.
The most obvious sign of pregnancy is missing a period. The most common early symptoms you may also have are breast tenderness, tiredness and nausea and/or vomiting.
Yes, They do. For example tenderness in breast is reduced, sign that you had a miscarriage as well as heavy bleeding n cramping.
Bleeding on Depo Provera is a side effect of the medication, not a sign of pregnancy. If you are having nausea, breast tenderness, and fatigue, take a pregnancy test. If you were late for your last shot, take a pregnancy test. Pregnancy on Depo Provera is possible, but unlikely.
Yes you can be pregnant and not have any signs of breast tenderness. All women are different and each womans body will adjust to pregnancy at its own pace so maybe your breast tenderness will be with you in a few weeks or months!!
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