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How long should breast tenderness last during pregnancy?

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Answered 2006-08-30 19:48:00

It depends on the person. My boobs hurt almost the whole time I was pregnant with all three of my kids.

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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.


Usually a missed period is the first sign. Or if you experience morning sickness or breast tenderness or increase in breast size.


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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.


You really need to take a pregnancy test. But sometimes a missed period, morning sickness, breast tenderness and sometimes mood swings. But you should really get a pregnancy test done.


No, it is not normal to experience pain at any point.It may be common to experience breast tenderness during menstruation, but you should never accept pain as a norm. Pain is your bodies way of telling you that something is wrong, not that everything is normal. Breast tenderness during menstruation is most likely due to a hormonal imbalance, maintaining good health and balance hormones with the likes of chaste tree will help.



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Well, stomach pain and breast pain are obviously two different areas., this should not determine pregnancy.. You would have other symptoms, such as breast tenderness and weight gain, nausea.. that is if you are pregnant. If your not then could be just time of the month and sometimes that causes stomach pain, which can be determined to be gastric pain.. Hope this helps..


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You may have breast tenderness after stopping Depo Provera as your own hormonal cycle restarts. This side effect should pass soon. If you haven't been using other protection, be sure to take a pregnancy test.


A missed period and breast tenderness in someone not using protection against pregnancy should prompt you to take a pregnancy test.


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Yes, this should not provide any real harm to the woman. The woman may feel some extreme tenderness and may decide she doesn't like it because this can be painful during pregnancy (and after!). But other than that, there is not harm done. You may also encounter some lactation as well.


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