Sore breasts may be an indication of hormonal changes such as ovulation, menstruation, or pregnancy. Sore breasts can also be an indication of breast growth, particularly if you're in your teens.
Normally they feel tender at times of menstruation and if I'm remembering correctly they are also slightly tender at times of ovulation as well because of the hormone changes.
Impossible to say.
The symptoms for pregnancy, menstruation and in some cases ovulation are often the same. Breasts getting hard and tenderness is one. it's the glands reacting to hormones.
Sore breasts can be a sign of ovulation and also a sign of pregnancy. Take a test if you miss your period
Yes, some women do get extremely sore breast premenstrually.
if you normally have swollen breasts then it could simply be that they are just slighty worse this month, although this is a common sign that you could be pregnant if you are unsure then you should take a test or speak with your doctor.
Sore breasts may be an indication of hormonal changes such as ovulation, menstruation or pregnancy - not normal, but can occur if there are hormonal imbalances. Breast soreness can also be due to breast growth, especially in your teens, also if you're wearing a bra that is too small or that doesn't give your breasts enough support this can also cause breast soreness.
It is common to have the tender breasts before the menstruation. This is due to effect of the progesterone hormone. The tenderness will go away and you expect the menstruation next day. The tenderness persists during the pregnancy.
Swelling and tenderness of the breasts around ovulation time can be normal.
Sore sensitive breasts are typically due to hormonal imbalance, for example due to hormonal changes around ovulation, menstruation, or during pregnancy. A common side-effect of hormonal birth control like the combination pill can be sore tender breasts. If your bra is too small or you're not wearing the correct support then this can also contribute to breast tenderness too.
Breast pain is common but not a normal part of the menstrual cycle or menstruation, if you do experience breast tenderness it may be due to hormonal imbalance so check for solutions to this. Your breasts can be tender around ovulation, which occurs around two weeks before your period, and from then up until menstruation or even during menstruation - everyone is different.
Um....unless you have had sex you wouldnt be pregnant!
Yes, it is normal to see vatiation in your breast size throughout your entire menstrual cycles but especially around ovulation and menstruation. The breasts are not growing or shrinking, the ducts in the breasts are swelling due to the effect of hormones on the breasts.
This is normal - most women get tender breasts after ovulation up until their period starts
Menstruation usually starts after the breasts have started developing. It normally happens from the ages of 8-16. It will be obvious that a girl is getting near womanhood.
Normally the breasts leak after the baby is born but they can leak a little toward the end of pregnancy.
A number if reasons: menstruation, pregnancy, hormone imbalance, tight bras (probably with unfitting underwires), breast infections etc.
Your breasts can seem to get bigger before menstruation. Hormonal changes can effect the breasts, causing breast ducts to swell, so this cause cause temporarily larger breasts during menstruation or just before menstruation.
No, breasts leak in the latter part of pregnancy.
Breasts grow during puberty and is not linked to menstruation that way.
7 days past ovulation and you have little red spots discharge at your nipples, and sensitive breasts warrants a pregnancy test.
Breast soreness is most commonly due to hormonal changes such as around ovulation or menstruation. Breast soreness can also occur if your breasts are growing, or if you're not wearing the correct bra - e.g. not the correct size or not giving you the right sort of support.
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.