depends on the woman. i would say more after ovulation since from experience mine get tender before my period. still I've known people who's get tender after their period. look at a calendar next time they get tender. i think it has more to do with your actual period than you ovulating. BUT this is just based on MY experiences.
Yes it can happen when i am going to ovulate i have sore breast.
I've been on a lot of other sites where people have been saying that their nipples/breasts are more tender around the time of their period. But I'm like you, my NIPPLES get EXTREMELY tender around the time I ovulate and go away a few days after I ovulate. I get very tender and sore BREASTS when I get my period, but the only thing that gets tender during ovulation are my actual nipples, not even the areola...very weird. It happens without fail every month when I ovualte- and I know I'm ovulating b/c I'm tracking my temperatures and doing OPK's. But I guess it's normal :) I'm gonna go out on a limb and say you're normal too!
It's not that they SHOULD be, it's just that for some people they are
yes some women experience nipple tenderness. This is separate from breast tenderness. Sometimes the breast tenderness may not occur, or may come later in the post-ovulatory stage of the cycle.
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.
Yes. Not all women experience breast/nipple soreness or tenderness during pregnancy. Some women are 6 or 7 months pregnant before they find out that they are pregnant. So yes, it can happen.
Many but not all women do have soreness or tenderness of the breast during pregnancy.
Breast pain is common but not a normal part of the menstrual cycle or menstruation, if you do experience breast tenderness it may be due to hormonal imbalance so check for solutions to this. Your breasts can be tender around ovulation, which occurs around two weeks before your period, and from then up until menstruation or even during menstruation - everyone is different.
Breast tenderness is a common symptom prior to and just during menstruation, typically as a result of irregular hormones. If you normally experience breast tenderness then the best way to attempt to prevent this is to look to your diet: a healthy balanced diet will in turn balance hormones, it can also help to cut out dairy from your diet to see if this helps your symptoms.
Breast tenderness can occur as early as one to two weeks after conception. However, every person is different and some may experience breast tenderness later or not at all. It is important to note that breast tenderness can also be a symptom of hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle, so it is not a definite sign of pregnancy.
Yes. There are many possible causes for breast pain. For example, hormone level changes related to menstruation or pregnancy are often responsible for breast tenderness. Some degree of swelling and tenderness just before your period is normal.
Some women do experience cramps during ovulation. This is most likely what you experienced.
Here are some of the symptoms that might occur during the second week of pregnancy: * Increased fatigue * Missed period * Nausea * Breast tenderness * Frequent need to urinate * Metallic taste in mouth * Sleep disturbances * Increased temperature that remains elevated after ovulation
yes some times you will fell some tenderness around them and that only means your growing breast
Tenderness of the breast tissue can result from bruising, or edema (swelling) during menstruation, or from inflammation of a lymph node, or from lactation if you become pregnant. Breast self-examination can sometimes leave tissue sensitive. Check for any unusual discoloration or lumps and advise your doctor if you experience regular or chronic pain in one or both breasts.