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Is it normal for breast tenderness to go on and off in the very first few weeks of pregnancy?

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2006-12-07 06:41:36
2006-12-07 06:41:36

YUP! Expect your whole body to do things it has never done before and dont be scared to ask as many questions of your doc as you can! Also - search the web - lots of stuff out there! Yes!

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