Yes, this is perfectly normal. No this does not mean you are pregnant. However if you feel you are take a pregnancy test just to be sure. Some women do have symptoms of pregnancy this early however it is not common.
About 2-3 weeks after menstruation is when you would normally ovulate and that can also cause symptoms like when you menstruate or is pregnant.
Yes this is completely normal.
The hormonal effect on your body can start weeks before your period and last weeks afterwards.
Actually yes. As a guy, suprizing or not,Iv`e read about puberty & periods & breasts. It`s very normal.
These signs of the breast ,are well into your early pregnancy, not if your periods is supposed to come.
no! go to the doctor! ! ! !
Sore breasts before period is normal. If you miss your period, take a test
it probaly is normal
Take a pregnancy test.
Assuming you're a woman: yes.
Two weeks is approximately the period of ovulation, and thus hormone levels are changing quickly. This is probably normal. If it's extreme, a doctor will need to do a proper examination.
If you had your period that very month and had no sexual activity after your period then you cannot be pregnant. Plus, it's normal to have sore breasts and feel nauseous when you're ovulating. PLUS, you cannot have symptoms that early.
Yes. It is not something to worry about.
Sore breasts and cramping are normal at this stage in your cycle. You are probably ovulating or have just ovulated and this often causes sore breasts and cramping. If you miss your period, take a test
most women get sore breast at 3 weeks and most get it 5 weeks but you have to wait until you missed your period cuz it can also be pms symptoms.... Not all women get sore breasts. First time around mine were so sore I didn't even want to cuddle, second time....nothing.
If you were having symptoms 3 weeks before your period was due you were not pregnant because you get pregnant 2 weeks before a period. Being 1 day late is neither here nor there. If your breasts are sore and itchy and you are nauseous that could be many different things. I suggest you see a doctor.
Yes sore breasts are part of many women's periods.
Yes- take a test