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I'm Not Pregnant But My Breasts Hurt
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I'm 6w 3d pregnant and my breast were hurting a lot, today I woke up no pain and I'm having mild cramping no bleeding still feeling nauseous normal?
May or may not be: Please see your OB as an ultrasound should be able to see a fetus with a normal htbeat at 6 wk and 3 days. ...Read more
I t is normal for breasts to grow in size and are tender to touch
how tender these are depends from person to person. The pain or discomfort is due to increase in size, increase vascularity and fluctuating hormones
it is not that much pain but tenderness which is felt on touch and clothes, so war a supporting bra and do not unneccessary touch or press the breasts and let your patner know that. ...Read more
Breast exam: I suggest an examination and consider any new bras which may have caused irritation. Certainly consult a physician. ...Read more
Breasts hurt when I press down on them. Doesn't hurt when I don't touch them or walk. Would this be a pregnancy symptom?
A pressing issue: Breasts will naturally hurt when the tissue is compressed. Soreness of the breast can be suggestive of pregnancy if a period was missed, but the best determinate of pregnancy is a positive pregnancy test. ...Read more
My breasts hurt to the touch. I am 31 and on the mirena (levonorgestrel). I need to know what is the possibility of me being pregnant or it being something else.
I am 7 days late. Blood pregnancy test was neg at 4 days late. I'm nauseous and breasts hurt. Could the test be wrong? What else could it be? We are t
Relax and repeat.: Home pregnancy tests vary as to when a positive test will show. It measures HCG, the pregnancy hormone, which rises daily in early pregnancy. Repeat the test in a couple of days. If it is not positive and you still haven't gotten your period a blood test is available. Eat well and exercise. No smoking or alcohol. Good luck with the pregnancy. ...Read more
Average 30 days cycle. Last period was on 12-03-2013.Have'nt got period yet. Could I be pregnant? When shuld I do a pregnancy test? My breasts hurt badly.
You ovulate 14 days: Before each menstration begins. There in lies the problem. You are on the right track to be aware of your pregnancy risk, and to be in control of your knowledge. Since we can not predict the day of menstration, nor can we predict the day of ovulation. You can guess better, with the above info. There are many forms of birth control, and fertility planning talk it over with your dr. ...Read more
Whole body aches, breasts hurt a lot, tired all the time, funny tummy aches, and emotional. Possibility I'm pregnant?
If you think: You may be pregnant take a pregnancy test. It is really the only way to know. ...Read more
Would your stomach and breasts hurt just being 2-4 weeks pregnant I'm not sure if I am and scared to even buy a pregnancy test!
My breasts hurt. They feel tender and achey. I'm also experiencing light cramping. My period ended a week ago. Could I be pregnant?
You are not pregnant: It would be impossible for you to be pregnant. You had a period. The very definition of a period is that the body is not pregnant and the uterus has to clean itself out. This is not rocket science. Perhaps it would be wise to spend ten minutes learning about ovulation and fertility and what the period represents. ...Read more
Am I pregnant? I'm 16. I've been on birth control for a month and 1/2 but I missed about 7 pills total. I'm sick, bloated, cramping, & my breasts hurt.
Pregnant: There is a good chance that you could be pregnant. Get a pregnancy test to know for sure. ...Read more
I think I'm pregnant. I've been very nauseous, had major stomach cramps like when I'm about to start my period and my breasts hurt. What can I do?
Do pregnancy symptoms come and go? I am 6 weeks and my hCG level is 19, 000. My breasts hurt someday and not others. Is everything ok?
What did yoru OB say: If u have a quant beta of 19, 000 then u must have an OB doc all your questions should be directed to your OB doc, if u are 6 weeks then an ultrasound in 1 week is supposed to show a 7 week size fetus with a viable heartbeat. ...Read more
I've been vomiting for 2 weeks only in the morning my breasts hurt and got 2 negative pregnancy tests. What is going on?
My breasts hurt all the time, hysterectomy in 2010, but get the heavy pain and even some leaking common in pregnancy, no lumps felt though.?
Probably hormones: You didn't mention if your ovaries were removed with the hysterectomy or if you were placed on hormone replacement therapy. These along with age related changes can affect hormone balance in your body. A hormone called prolactin can cause milk discharge, and changes in estrogen can create breast tenderness. Get a breast examination and hormone panel blood test at your doctor to evaluate properly. ...Read more
Why my stomach feel hard, my breasts hurt, I have started to eat way more, and I have cravings for things with vinegar? Could I be pregnant?
Pregnant: Certainly could be. Symptoms sound like it. The test will tell. Good luck! ...Read more
My breastmilk started to come out at wk 22 of my pregnancy. At times my breasts hurt and it eases when I pump it. Should I pump it regularly or no?
LACTATION: If you keep on pumping your breast milk, the more milk secretion will come. Ask OB for advice. ...Read more
16 y/o Unsafe sex 2 days ago Only precum Tired, nauseous, breasts hurt Our instincts tell us yes She can tell something's off Could she be pregnant?
I took a pregnancy test, negative, 2 weeks late my breasts hurt a lot and nauceous what could this be? I'm 23 and period is always on time 45 day cycle
Breast pain is common. It is typically experienced during the menstrual period. Pain can range from mild tenderness, burning, dull ache, sharp or stabbing. It can be experienced in 1 or both breasts. Fibrocystic changes is the most common cause of breast pain. Hormonal medications (birth control, hormones) can cause pain as well. Infection ...Read more