My breast burned and were very sore when I was pregnant it could be a pregnancy sign, but you may want to bring this to your doctor's attention to be sure it isn't something more serious. Good Luck!! with my son my breasts really did burn alot,i know this might sound silly bt believe me it does help,take some cabbage leaves and but them in the fridge for a while then place them into your bra,it really helps to releive the pain
No, you should probably see your doctor.
If the period wasn't normal yes. Because your period was normal, your not pregnant.
It very well could be that you are pregnant.
You're having my period? Thank you! I hate when I have it. But I just recently had twins so it's normal for me to have milk come out of my breasts and no I'm not pregnant... not THIS soon! Are you kidding?
Possibly. Take a test
If you had your period that very month and had no sexual activity after your period then you cannot be pregnant. Plus, it's normal to have sore breasts and feel nauseous when you're ovulating. PLUS, you cannot have symptoms that early.
No. Just because your breasts are sore doesn't mean that you are pregnant. When you get your period, your breasts tend to get sore too. Sore breasts aren't the only sign of pregnancy.
I am pregnant and it seems only the outsides of my breasts are sore but my nipples are EXTREMELY sinsitive
That is completely normal after your period you are ovulating, and your body is telling you you are able to have a baby, but don't worry that is completely normal, and no it does not mean you are pregnant.
what can i do to stop leaking breasts im 48 and not pregnant
I am now 5 weeks pregnant and I still didn't feel any soreness in my breasts.
It is normal for your breasts to get larger as you grow.
Swelling and tenderness of the breasts around ovulation time can be normal.
Yes, some women do get extremely sore breast premenstrually.
You could be/get pregnant.
Breasts begin preparing to lactate while the woman is pregnant.
It is normal.
Leaking small amounts of colostrum is normal, but leaking blood from you breasts (unless they are cracked, dry and irritated, may not be normal. Ask your OB. Leaking small amounts of colostrum is normal, but leaking blood from you breasts (unless they are cracked, dry and irritated, may not be normal. Ask your OB.
Nausea and vomiting are very normal during the first week of pregnancy. Sore breasts/nipples, frequent urination, Dizzy, constipated. All early signs of being pregnant. Of course the ultimate clue you are pregnant is missed period.
Absolutely normal, do not worry, it is a sign that the glands which produce the hormone prolactine began to work.
Yes, I didn't have either with my first pregnancy. I am 6 weeks pregnant with my second and still no sore breasts.