Possibly - take a test
No, this is a myth. The size and shape of the breasts can be affected by pregnancy, but they are also affected by your weight, the diet you eat, your over-all health, and your genes. There is no evidence that losing one's virginity immediately affects the size of the breasts. That said, if you lost your virginity and got pregnant, that will affect your breasts.
Many women experience fuller, heavier breasts before a period. Sometimes they can be quite tender and sore too.
Some symptoms are: -swelling of hands and feet -varicose veins -constipations -heart burn -indigestion -bloating -flatulence -heavier breasts -goose bumps on the areola -slight whitish vaginal discharge -waistline expansion -chance in size of the uterus
tubal pregnancy is also referred to as ectopic pregnancy but this pregnancy is not always straightforward to diagnose, but you should look out for:A missed or late period.A positive urine pregnancy test.Abdominal pain - this can be persistent and severe. It may be on one side only, but not necessarily on the side where the ectopic is.Shoulder tip pain.Abnormal bleeding - this may be lighter or heavier than a normal period, and more prolonged. This bleeding is often dark in colour & watery (similar to prune juice).Diarrhoea or sometimes pain when opening the bowels.Fainting, or feeling dizzy or light headed
Besides genetics or hormones, breast size also varies according to the fat content of a person's body. Heavier people tend to have larger breasts than thinner people.
NOT LIKELY IT CAN MAKE YOU HAVE A HEAVIER PERIOD! IM SORRY TO HERE IF YOU HAVE THIS PROBLEM
No. Your pregnant if you don't have your period. If you're old enough to be pregnant, you should probably know that. No not pregnancy
You may be having a multiple birth. You could also just be a heavier person. Heavier people gain weight faster during pregnancy.
I had a laparoscopy done to remove a tubal pregnancy, my bleeding lasted approximately 5 days, heavier at times.
no, it is a sign of stress. try to relax joymaker rn
It's possible you could be pregnant. See your doctor for a pregnancy blood test.