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.
If you are under the age of about 21, it could mean that your breasts are still growing. If there is a chance that you could be pregnant, it can also be a sign of pregnancy. It can also be a sign that your period is arriving soon.
After priod generally no one can get pregnant, because period is just completed and tender breasts are not a sure sign of pregnancy. But in some cases period like bleeding is present even after pregnancy, so one should confirm pregnancy after the test.
It takes time for the pregnancy hormones to settle so that is probably it. Until they do the body still think it's pregnant and the symptoms will remain.
well depending on how far where you with the previous pregnancy but your breasts can still be tender but it doesnt mean necessarily that you are pregnant again....JS
It is possible. I suggest you take a test. Your first sings will be a missed period, swollen tender breasts, weight gain, morning sickness etc.
taking the pill can cause tender sore heavy breasts but if your still unsure see your doctor
If you touch your nipples and they feel tender and your breasts are itchy then they are still getting bigger
yes,you still COULD be pregnant. Not every woman has the same symptoms but nausea and tiredness are most definitely symptoms.
yes it is posuble you could be pregnant, some women bleed all the way through there pregnancy, normally it is lighter tho.
Your breasts will be very itchy and ur nipples will be tender and soft if they are still growing larger.
It is still possible to have bleeding during pregnancy, you should still consult a Doctor because if you are pregnant the bleeding could be symptoms of certain pregnancy complications that could become dangerous, possibly life threatening.
I am now 5 weeks pregnant and I still didn't feel any soreness in my breasts.
- your breast will be really tender - they will also be very icty
Yes, I didn't have either with my first pregnancy. I am 6 weeks pregnant with my second and still no sore breasts.
Nope. If you are still getting your period, you are absolutely and definitely NOT pregnant.
Throwing up or morning sickness is a sign of pregnancy, but you don't have to be suffering from it to be pregnant. you can also have a regular period while you are pregnant as well. Morning sickness, tender breasts, mood swings and all those other symptoms are just that, symptoms. You don't have to have them all, just some. Heck perhaps none at all sometimes.
If your having uprotected sex pregnancy could happen. You dont have to have sensitive breast to be pregnant every woman is different so we all get differnet signs of pregnancy
Stress, over exertion, too much caffiene intake -- soda, chocolate, coffee,etc. If you rule out all of that, and the pain still exists, then talk to your doctor. It could be a sign of something that needs medical attention.
they shouldn't but if they do plz see a doctor
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....
think it depends on the length and flow. some women have spotting for a few days and i have also heard of people who have had normal periods and have been pregnant.
You could still be pregnant, as some women have bleeding throughout pregnancy, although it is slightly different to normal menstruation. I suggest you have a blood test at the doctors to find out whether or not you could be pregnant, especially if you begin to have other signs such as wierd food cravings, nausea and fatigue.
Yes - you probably weren't far enough along for it to show up positive. If your period doesn't come, take a test a week later
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.
of course you could be but you need to get a test done to be more sure. some women have light bleding when they first become pregnant .have a test done ,good luck