Feeling tired, nauseated, tender breasts, increased appetite, etc.
The short answer is yes. If you have had unprotected sex you could be pregnant.
Swelling breasts can be a sign that your period will start soon. If you've had unprotected sex, swollen breasts (along with a delayed period) can mean that you're pregnant. You can take a pregnancy test three weeks after your last time having unprotected sex to find out.
if you have been having unprotected sex, of course you can be pregnant! however, sore breasts are a very common side affect of hormone changes. Many women have sore breasts ever single time they have their period, or right before they have their period. It could also be a sign that your breasts are growing, because as the tissue expands, they can get very sensitive.
It is too early to be having symptoms of pregnancy, but if you had unprotected sex then wait until your period is due and do a pregnancy test!
Yes - take a test
If you have had unprotected sex, then yes that is one clue to being pregnant, but that also can mean that you're breasts are just developing. Some people's breats get harder during thrie period.
No. Just because your breasts are sore doesn't mean that you are pregnant. When you get your period, your breasts tend to get sore too. Sore breasts aren't the only sign of pregnancy.
I am pregnant and it seems only the outsides of my breasts are sore but my nipples are EXTREMELY sinsitive
what can i do to stop leaking breasts im 48 and not pregnant
I am now 5 weeks pregnant and I still didn't feel any soreness in my breasts.
You could be/get pregnant.
Breasts begin preparing to lactate while the woman is pregnant.
Yes, I didn't have either with my first pregnancy. I am 6 weeks pregnant with my second and still no sore breasts.
Possibly, but all those symptoms together usually mean you are pregnant. Take a home test or go see a doctor to be sure.
Women who are pregnant develop milk in their breasts to be able to feed her baby.
If your are having unprotected sex then yes Absolutely!!!!
No, this will not stop your breasts from growing. In fact, when you get pregnant, your breasts tend to swell and get larger. They are preparing themselves to be able to feed a baby, and there are a lot of hormone changes once you get pregnant. Your breasts will be the size that they are meant to be, whether you are pregnant or not! After pregnancy, breasts size could be different than before, but that does not have anything to do with age. The change in size could happen to any woman of any age.
normally after puberty and when your pregnant