Yes...your body is adjusting to the amount of milk your baby needs. Don't supplement unless your baby isn't gaining weight. However, ALL concerns should be run by your doctor. Don't hesitate to call your doctor and ask questions!
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Six weeks pregnant and no signs Is this normal?
its lucky, but there are probably no "no signs" your breasts are probably swelling, and you are starting to gain weight. you are also probably feeling symptoms of iron deficency, like fatigue, or headaches ...
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I am in my 5th week of pregnancy and am not experiencing any symptoms not even sore breasts is this normal?
It is normal not to feel any symptoms, I started feeling pregnancy symptoms when I was 6 weeks! ...
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Can you be pregnant and not have sore enlarged breasts?
Yes, I didn't have either with my first pregnancy. I am 6 weeks pregnant with my second and still no sore breasts. ...
Is it normal if you are six weeks pregnant and your breasts were very sore the last couple of weeks and now suddenly the last couple of days they are not nearly as sore?
its naturally like that so don't worry.
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Not sure if I am pregnant since it's only been a couple weeks but one of my breasts is leaking is this normal?
Absolutely normal, do not worry, it is a sign that the glands which produce the hormone prolactine began to work. ...
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Is Lower back pain normal when 4 months pregnant?
Yes :) I am 16 weeks & 5 day pregnant and I am sure feeling lower back pain. CONGRATS if Your pregnant, Lots of baby dust is on your way ;-) ...
Is it normal if you're 5 weeks pregnant but your breasts don't feel sore?
Some women are, some aren't. I was very sore with my first pregnancy and not at all in my second. ...
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I am 5 weeks pregnant and my belly isn't hard. Is that normal should I be worried?
i am 5 weeks pregnant and my belly isn't hard. is that normal??
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Is it normal to be 7 weeks pregnant and not have any symptoms?
Yes, It is normal to be 7 weeks pregnant and not have any symptoms I am almost 8 weeks pregnant and i have only had minor cramping so I never suspected anything except that I was 3 weeks late. ...
Are small red dots on your breasts in early pregnancy normal to enlargment?
Hey Girl...... I am 5-7 weeks pregnant and when I was about 4 weeks I startes to get red dots on my breasts and had the same question..... I think that you are preggo and need to go see a doctor...... Congrats on the new edition. Sunshine ...
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Im 10 weeks pregnant and you feel flutters in your stomach is this normal at this stage?
If it's your second pregnancy then yes it's normal. If it's your first, you generally don't feel it until around 16 weeks, but I guess you could still be feeling it ...
Is it normal to have hard tummy in 7 weeks pregnant?
Let's hope so, because I'm at 7 weeks, too, and noticed that things are feeling pretty firm. My guess is that our uteruses are getting bigger. ...
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Have had sore breasts 3 weeks after period is this normal?
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. ...
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Your breasts are no longer tender and you're very nervous you're only a few weeks pregnant Is this normal?
I think it is very normal to be nervous at all stages of being pregnant. I am 14 weeks and still nervous.. Soon your morning sickness and fatigue should hit about six to seven weeks along and then you will be reassured you are fine... if you are really concerned you could always bring it up with your care provider. ...