Not necessarily, every woman and every pregnancy are different.
My breasts were extremely sore with my first, before I even missed a period, but I had hardly any discomfort the second time aroundAnswer
PMS can cause breast tenderness as can peri-menopause and menopause. Taking Birth Control pills can also give you breast tenderness and believe it or not in some older women drinking too much caffeine. Before I went for my yearly mammogram I was told not to drink any caffeine 24 hours before getting the test. Some women (from 20 up) can form cluster lumps or small non-cancerous lumps and by drinking too much caffeine this can raise them enough in the x-ray for the technician to become suspicious and worry yourself to death. Nix the caffeine when going for a mammogram! Also some medications can cause breast tenderness so when taking any medication (especially any medications with hormones such as birth control or Hormone Replacement) expect sore breasts.
In some women this can be extremely uncomfortable so wear an old bra to bed to support your breasts during this time and you're sure to have a good nights sleep.
yes of cource
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!!
Honestly if you haven't got your period and have no symptoms, like breast tenderness yet, chances of you being pregnant are good. But I've also read if you do experience breast tenderness before a period and you miss it, you could still be pregnant.
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.
Breast tenderness, yes. That usually also occur when you ovulate or get your period.
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.
Those are the typical symptoms.
Any time within the first 3 months.
Breast tenderness is one of the presumptive signs of pregnancy.
Of course. There are many other symptoms of pregnancy.
Yes. When you are pregnant, your breasts tend to be sore or tender.
Breast tenderness is all of that. It could be tenderness, pain, swelling...etc of a breast or nipple
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.
The nipple is nipple tenderness. Breasts tenderness is usually when touching any part of your breast..apart from your nipple...causes tenderness.
yes symptoms vary from person to person
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.
Breast tenderness is a common symptom of pregnancy but not everyone experiences it, and it is not always the same in different pregnancies for the same woman. I was so sore in my first I couldn't even hug my husband, but in my second I had no tenderness at all.
Are you pregnant or are talking about PMS symptoms, breast pains happens with both. Yes it can come and go.
Many women experience breast tenderness and cramping on their menstrual cycle, but if the pain is strong then you may be pregnant.
Not everyone. I had it really badly with my first and not at all with my second.