Was for me each time! Worth cking with a doctor or doing a home pregnancy test.
It is a sign of a hormonal change in you body. Maybe pregnancy may be menopause may be something else entirely. Have it checked!
Tender breasts are a sign of pregnancy, but they are also a sign of your period coming. You should take a home pregnancy test or go see a doctor. You can look up planned pregnancy in the yellow pages, you can see a doctor there. You may be able to find some help there. They will also help you with finding the right form of birth control for you. If you don't want to become pregnant, you need to use protection every time.
These are very good indications of pregnancy. I would take a test to be sure.
The only way to ind out for sure would be with a pregnancy test. Go for it!
Yes, if you are pregnant this is an early pregnancy symptom. Your breasts are preparing to lactate and they will be sore from time to time during pregnancy. You should re take your pregnancy test in a couple of days or make and appointment with your doctor and they can do a blood test which is more accurate. Also keep in mind, faint positives are rare and most likely means you are pregnant. Make sure you are following the instructions on the box that your test came in. Sore breasts can also indicate that your period is coming because that is also a sign of menstruation.
Not always. Colostrum can leak from your breasts at any time. Pregnancy or not. Hormone changing can make you leak a little big of colostrum. Some women will leak more then others, especially if they've already had children.
If your pregnancy test was negative, you got your period and your breasts are sore it could just mean that they're growing. Breasts can also be sore or tender during your period.
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.
I'm seventeen weeks into my fourth pregnancy and this is the first time that I've experienced tender breasts. After three, I thought I was a pro and knew exactly what to expect. But I'm still getting surprises! It's true that every pregnancy is different. early on in the pregnancy they will get tender and be freakin sore....
The female breasts should not "leak" unless you have recently given birth. If you have discharge at any other time (not pregnancy related), it should be checked by a doctor.
Maybe, but typically those are the symptoms of that time of the month coming on. Usually starts a couple of days before your period.
Pregnancy or significant weight gain in short amount of time.
Late or missed period is the most likely sign; other signs, sensitive breasts; morning or other time unusual nausea; craving unusual foods; some spotting rather than a period;
A urinary tract infection (also called a "water infection") can happen at any time, sometimes happens in early pregnancy but is not a sign of pregnancy. It might be a symptom of pregnancy but it might also be a symptom of a disease. Source: pinkycloud.com/the-earliest-signs-of-pregnancy
Could be--sore breasts are a common early sign of pregnancy, although you could just be sensitive to PMS this month. Seventeen days after intercourse might be enough time to give you correct results on a pregnancy test. Take one now, and take another in a week (or whenever you're supposed to start your period), and/or meet with your doctor for accurate testing.
Some women have extremely sore breasts, and some have no discomfort at all. with my first I could not bear to touch them, next time round they were fine.
No. This is normal and you may feel little pains or cramps every month around the time of ovulation. The main sign of pregnancy is a lack of a period.
i cant really understand your question i think you are saying you usually dont feel stomach pain and hardness, and your breasts are not normally soar, if that isthe case than it is possible sore breasts is a sign of pregnancy, but is also the sign of many other things to, such as water retention if you diet is taking in to much salt and not enough water your body will store water wherever neccicary which does cause breast tenderness, it could be growth, but usually when it is growth it hurts around the breast not around the nipple, and lastly it could be an oncoming period tender breasts is a sign of a period and can feel similar to soar breasts if you are pregnan, a women will usually get soar breasts in a pregnancy around 4 to 6 weeks of pregnancy which could also possibly be the time where you expect period signs also, i would take a test and go from there hope i helped
A missed period is the classic sign of pregnancy (by not 100 % accurate), but by the time pregnancy causes burping you're getting ready for delivery.
Its not colostrum coming from your breasts. Colostrum comes out after delivery and first time of breast feeding. Take a pregnancy test for $8.00 and stop wondering.
Yes flu like symptoms can be a sign of pregnancy. It is called morning sickness....you must get a pregnancy test.
3 weeks!The first sign of pregnancy is missing a period which is 2 weeks after conceptio, and around this time you may start feeling symptoms, sore breasts, constipation etc.i think its different for each woman i have had 2 kids and no signs until my 7th or 8th week
No, hardening breasts doesn't mean pregnancy.Taking a pregnancy test that tells your hormone levels is the best way to know... because FYI, pregnant women don't have hard breasts... and don't think that the milk makes them hard, because the milk doesn't fill the breasts until around the time the baby is born