No, it is not normal to experience pain at any point.
It may be common to experience breast tenderness during menstruation, but you should never accept pain as a norm. Pain is your bodies way of telling you that something is wrong, not that everything is normal. Breast tenderness during menstruation is most likely due to a hormonal imbalance, maintaining good health and balance hormones with the likes of chaste tree will help.
yes. it is.
yeah, that's normal
Yes. There are many possible causes for breast pain. For example, hormone level changes related to menstruation or pregnancy are often responsible for breast tenderness. Some degree of swelling and tenderness just before your period is normal.
It is normal to have pain when a girl is on her period. When a girl is on her period, she usually has pain in the stomach, head or back.
Premenstrual breast pain and breast pain during pregnancy feel the same and occur for the same hormonal reasons. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
There is no evidence that squeezing the breast is harmful, however that may increase the pain.
no pain in normal condition
It is very normal to feel nauseous during your period due to the pain you may experience as well as hormones
It could mean a pregnancy or just a late period. Breast pain before menstruating is common and normal. I suggest you take a pregnancy test if you had sexual intercourse and you had no period ever since. If you had no sex, don't worry too much. Maybe just have some blood tests done in order to check how healthy you are.
when discontinuing the pill is it normal to have lower abdominal pain and cramping and liquid from the nipple when squeezing the breast
well it depends on when u are getting pain ..is it constant or only when u get your period because when u get your period your breast become sore and they also hurt and if its non stop pain you should definitely get that checked out
Continuous sex for 2 weeks after periods and still getting period signs usually get breast pain 1 week prior to periods but this time 2 weeks prior to period date got breast pain can you be pregnant?
yes it is
Hormonal changes are the main cause of breast pain during pregnancy. This can be on of the first signs that a woman is pregnant, but usually comes and goes during the pregnancy.
it depends on how long after ur period u get them if its just like a few days, a week tops then its normal. most people get the back pain n cramps during their period, i get mine before you just happen to get urs after
Breast tenderness, yes. That usually also occur when you ovulate or get your period.
Cyclical breast pain (cyclical mastalgia) is very often associated with fibrocystic breast changes or duct ectasia and believed to be caused by aberrations in dynamic hormonal changes mainly involving prolactin response to thyrotropin. Some degree of cyclical breast tenderness is normal in the menstrual cycle, and is usually associated with menstruation and/or premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
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.
it probaly is normal
If you have certain symptoms such as pain during your period, pain during urination, etc.
Your breast feel tender, pain in the rectum, bloated feeling.
No, it is not normal - you need to visit your doctor.
Yes. Not everyone gets cramps and there are many indicators of a period, like breast tenderness, back pain and mood swings.
Many ovarian cysts don't cause symptoms:Pressure, swelling, or pain in the abdomenPelvic painDull ache in the lower back and thighsProblems passing urine completelyPain during sexWeight gainPain during your periodAbnormal bleedingNausea or vomitingBreast tenderness
This could occur during any time, usually a few weeks after conception and could be days before period.