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If at eight weeks your breast tenderness is going away and now only your nipples are sensitive is this normal or are you going to miscarry?

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2015-07-16 18:21:52
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If your eight weeks pregnant and your breast tenderness goes away, it doesn't mean that you are going to miscarry. Everyone's body is different. It's o.k. If your so worried than why don't you go get an ultrasound to see if your baby is alright. It's good to get ultrasounds early in your pregnancy anyway.

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