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....
Swollen and/or tender breasts are usually among the first signs of pregnancy.
You can have headaches during pregnancy but it is not necessarily a sign of pregnancy. Your signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue
Tender breasts are only one sign of pregnancy but there are other reasons that your breasts could be tender. If you miss your next period, take a pregnancy test.
Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue
If sleeping less is your only symptom, probably not. You may sleep less during pregnancy but your main signs of pregnancy are (in order): * swollen/tender breasts * change in color of breasts * fatigue
Although abdominal pressure can occur during pregnancy, it is not necessarily a sign of pregnancy. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue
it can be normal during your period, but it can also mean your pregnant. Take a home pregnancy test.
not much different from normal except your breasts will be tender
This is normal - most women get tender breasts after ovulation up until their period starts
Bleeding During Pregnancy Can be NormalBleeding during pregnancy is often nothing to be alarmed about. Early in the first trimester many women have light bleeding just about the time they get their periods. The hormones of pregnancy take some time to get established and this is a normal response to those adjustments.
Some women have tender breasts before or during menstruation. However, spotting and tender breasts are both early signs of pregnancy. The spotting is common during implantation, and some women notice sore breasts around this time too. Get you a home test and then you'll know.
Through out your pregnancy the lactating glands were spontaneously working in preparing milk for your Baby... that is why your breast were very large and tender during pregnancy... Now after birth when you have started feeding your baby the breasts will come to its normal size which you will feel like suddenly it has become very small....
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.
Better take a pregnancy test
Tiredness , tender breasts , backaches
Yes, it is completely normal for you boobs to be extremely tender and hurt. I have had three girls, and my boobs were extremely tender every time I was pregnant. It tends to be more in the beginning and the end of the pregnancy, not so much in the middle for me.
Yes, this is quite normal
This actually happened to me with both my children. Although my breasts were generally sore throughout my pregnancy, the degree of pain varied. They were bad in beginning, better in the middle, and worse at the end. It was to the point where wearing a bra was extremely uncomfortable.
Some women do not get tender breasts at all. In my first pregnancy my breasts were so tender about 3 days after my missed period that I couldn't bewar them being touched, in my second I had no breast symptoms whatsoever.
Swollen or tender breasts can appear as soon as the day your period is due or even earlier. Early pregnancy and pre-menstrual symptoms are very similar, so tender breasts may occur up to a week before your period is due. A pregnancy test will confirm one way or the other as soon as your period is late.
Yes. As breasts grow, it is normal for them to be tender or a bit sore.
Not all women do, but a lot do. Pregnancy is different for every woman, and so the symptoms that they experience are also different.
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.
Not realy one way to tell is if your breasts feel tender