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If you can see blue veins clearly in both your breasts and even underneath them is that a sign of pregnancy?

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Veiny breasts is a sign of pregnancy yes. But some womens breast skin is finer than others and veins are more noticeable.

If this is new for you and you have missed a period, yes you could be pregnant.

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Yes they often appear to be larger and more pronounced quite early in the pregnancy

Pregnancy or significant weight gain in short amount of time.

You've had swollen and tender breasts for three months with very visible blue and red veins? Why have you not seen a doctor about it?

It is highly possible that your veins will show. Before your period, hormones cause your breasts to swell which can lead to more pronounced veins.

When you look underneath your tongue, you can see purple veins. So yes, there are veins in the tongue.

Unlikely. There are a lot of other signs and symptoms that come way before blue veins on your breasts. Blue veins just mean that you have thin/fair skin and can see the veins through it.

Check out this website for information on teen pregnancy and symptoms of pregnancy http://www.pregnancy-info.net/topic_teen_pregnancy.html Hello there. The signs of pregnancy at thirteen are the same as they would be at any age. A missed period, tiredness, tummy cramping, spotting blood, breasts tenderness and nipple tenderness, veins on breasts, nausea, over emotional, food adversions and/or cravings.

Veins on the breast can be a symptom of pregnancy... it was for all of mine very early on. I don't know what else may cause that so whether you are pregnant or not you should probably contact your doctor about it.

It could be hereditary (if there are other women in your family ask if they are having the same experience). It could be hormones. It could be a sign of something more serious and you should contact your doctor.

Missed period. Nausea or vomiting Cramping Veins on breasts Tender breasts or nipples A line going down your abdomonen from your belly button (not all the time) Headaches Tiredness Excessively urinating Extra or a lot of vaginal discharge similar to ovulation discharge.

No, I am 11 weeks 2 days preggo and I have got very visible veins on all my legs, my feet, my inner arms and although I have got veins on my breasts they are darker and more prominent on my chest and the fronts of my shoulders. My body is like a roadmap, so many veiny patterns all over me, it's fascinating lol! That's just one of the many weird and wonderful pregnancy symptoms for ya!

Underneath your skin they look like thin blue lines

Yes. You will get even more of them as your pregnancy progresses.

Breasts are made mostly of fat, which is soft(-ish). They also contain mammary glands, which are sort of like veins (cannot be seen however). There are no bones in breasts, only tissue.

A woman's total blood volume increases during pregnancy, which increases the blood pressure in the venous system. In addition, the hormonal changes of pregnancy cause the walls and valves in the veins to soften.

I have never heard that smells can indicate pregnancy, and I am sure that veins on your breast have nothing to do with it. They may have been there your whole life without being noticed. Breasts frequently get soar when a period is coming. In other words, there is nothing in what you have said that makes me think that you are pregnant.

I know of three. If you have missed your period, if you are experiencing morning sickness, and if the pregnancy test shows positive. Also, sore/tender/swollen breasts, fatigue, headaches, some women even get pre-menstrual type cramps. The signs of pregnancy are vomiting (morning sickness), weight gain, staying tired, missed period, tender breasts, and later on showing. Emotional changes, hormonal changes, craving certain foods are also signs of pregnancy. The signs of pregnancy are as follows: Missed periods Spotting Implantation bleeding Sore nipples or breasts Veins on breasts Swollen breasts Tummy cramps Acne flare up Extra vaginal discharge Line going down your tummy from your belly button to pelvis Exhausted or sleeping more Urinating more frequently Headaches Nausea These symptoms don't occur all at the same time and you may only experience some symptoms.

I had laparascopic salpingectomy 3.5 weeks ago for an ectopic pregnancy in my right fallopian tube. Previously I had two normal, healthy pregnancies resulting in my five year old son and three year old daughter. I was not in any of the 'at risk' categories for ectopic pregnancy, although my children were both delivered by caesarean section and this could be a relevant factor. I can definitely say that I experienced all the classic pregnancy symptoms, including larger, tender breasts with pronounced veins, just as I did with my first two children.

There are several causes for Varicose veins. The most common cause is seems to be a family history of Varicose veins. Then you have pregnancy, a possible blood clot and diet.

Veins will appear blue. Don't confuse this with spider veins. They will often pop out on the hands and feet if you have been doing heavy lifting (hands and feet) or running or jumping a lot (feet). There is likely nothing wrong. If you don't like the blue veins around your breasts then get a tan.

No. Some women just have those. I've always had mine.


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