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.
You very well could be pregnant. Get a pregnancy test if your suspect pregnancy.
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.
If your are having unprotected sex then yes Absolutely!!!!
The ONLY times a woman should have milk from her breasts is in very late pregnancy to labor--or while breastfeeding.
Yes, if you are pregnant this is an early pregnancy symptom. Your breasts are preparing to lactate and they will be sore from time to time during pregnancy. You should re take your pregnancy test in a couple of days or make and appointment with your doctor and they can do a blood test which is more accurate. Also keep in mind, faint positives are rare and most likely means you are pregnant. Make sure you are following the instructions on the box that your test came in. Sore breasts can also indicate that your period is coming because that is also a sign of menstruation.
Some early sign's of pregnancy can be tender breasts or morning sickness. Pregnancy also sometimes does not have symthoms until later in the pregnancy. My suggestion would be to get a home pregnancy test or make a doctors appointment.
Yes you could, take a pregnancy test.
That is a sign of pregnancy, but it can also be a symptom of PMS. Wait until you are late and take a home pregnancy test or go see a doctor now. Breast tenderness isn't a sure sign of pregnancy.
Tender breasts and late periods are both signs of pregnancy. Take a test and see a doctor. If this pregnancy wasn't planned, use protection in the future.
9 days. Yes the tender breasts is a sign of pregnancy. However, if you are late for any reason stress or otherwise, your breats will be tender because they are full of fluid. Do a pregnancy test, and if its negative, go to ur GP as it could be wrong. Hello there - Yes you can be pregnant. If you do a pregnancy test now it should be accurate. Do a test hun. :o)
if youre 1 day late your breasts shouldn't be leaking anything. not at least for several more months. get a pregnancy test.
Yes you could be. Go to a pharmacy and by a pregnancy test kit, then you will know.
Take a pregnancy test
One of the main symptoms of pregnancy is a late menstrual cycle. Some other symptoms of pregnancy are nausea/morning sickness, swollen or tender breasts, and fatigue. For more information on signs of pregnancy go to http://www.americanpregnancy.org/gettingpregnant/earlypregnancysymptoms.html.
Maybe. Missed, irregular or late periods do not always indicate pregnancy, but if you are wondering, you should have a pregnancy test performed.
Yes this could be pregnancy related. Perform a HPT.
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.
Its either a sign of pregnancy or a milk duct infection. You don't usually leak milk until late in pregnancy (if at all) so this may be a sign of a hormone imbalance unrelated to pregnancy. See a doctor.
A pregnant woman may have discharge from both breasts during pregnancy, even blood-tinged discharge during the last 2 months of pregnancy. or it cud b a tiny growth thats of no harm called a papilloma.
How can a pregnancy test be late?
No. It's not healthy. A week late may be OK, but not a month late.Assuming that your due date is based on professional medical assessment, pregnancy longer than 40 weeks could indicate a serious problem.Contact your OB/GYN or GP for any concerns you have about the term of pregnancy.
Take a pregnancy test, to make sure.
That is a possibility. Get a home pregnancy test to be sure. It's possible. Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include missed period, tender/swollen breasts, change in color of the breasts, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, increased sense of smell, and weight gain. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/
the first signs of pregnancy are swollen sore breasts, morning sickness or nausea, gaining weight, and sometimes you may feel emotional. you can do a home pregnancy test from the first day you are late from you period.