What?! Of course not unless your sperm magically comes in your mouth through her breasts and then somehow fertilizes the egg which is sealed and safe. No
It can indicate that your breasts are filling up with colostrum the first milk that comes in after you have your baby!!! If you are worried about anything ask your doctor or midwife.
Milk comes closer to the end, a few weeks before labor, your breasts will produce milk.
Breasts can get tender anytime during pregnancy, sometimes acting as the first sign of pregnancy like in my case, or they may not get sore until 8 or 9 months or after delivery when your milk comes in. Everyone's different, my SIL's thought I was crazy when I told them how sore my breasts were at 6 weeks because they didn't get sore until 7 or 8 months.
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.
Personally I haven't heard of sharp pains in your beasts being a sign of a period. Tender breasts are signs of periods or pregnancy or even hormonal changes. It is possible it could be pregnancy related or you may have fibrostic breasts which can cause breast discomfort and pain.
Breasts can get tender before, sometimes acting as the first sign of pregnancy like in my case, or they may not get sore until 8 or 9 months or after delivery when your milk comes in. Everyone's different, my SIL's thought I was crazy when I told them how sore my breasts were at 6 weeks because they didn't get sore until 7 or 8 months.
first it seems like nothing happened but after about 2 weeks your breasts grow bigger and start to hurt even and then comes nausea and more.
That's how it was for me, and still is. I got the usual PMS symptons... cramps. Then I noticed that I was unable to get out of bed and I would sleep like 12 hours. My breasts got tender but also "fuller". They seemed heavier. I can't think properly anymore and I get really worn out easily. I'm pregnant. So you should get that checked out. Excessive drowsiness is a symptom of pregnancy. However, it can also be caused by stress and anemia, which are both serious if left untreated. Take a home pregnancy test. If it comes out positive, then this is the probable cause of your fatigue (positive HPT results are rarely wrong). If it turns out negative, you should seek the advice of a medical professional. They will do another pregnancy test and will also check for other conditions that may cause fatigue.
Most likely, blood.
It is milk that comes from a female rabbit's breasts.