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Breast been sore for three weeks and the aeorolas got bigger. My breast feel hard and swollen?

Hormonal: Hormones are very likely the cause. At 17 hormones can do crazy things. Give it a few weeks to resolve. If it persist see your Doctor. ...Read more

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Is it normal to gain weight three weeks after IUD fell out sore breast too?

Is it normal to gain weight three weeks after IUD fell out sore breast too?

No: Having the iud be out for 3 weeks is very unlikely to cause weight gain and sore breasts. Other causes could be such things as your own hormones or too much caffeine. ...Read more

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Can my breast be sore and can they hurt at three and half weeks pregnant?

Can my breast be sore and can they hurt at three and half weeks pregnant?

Yes: Not every woman's body acts similary when pregnant. Some women have absolutely no symptoms, some have it immediately following conception. Hence, yes. Your breast can be sore at 3-1/2 weeks. ...Read more

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Very sore breasts. Very Short period three weeks ago. One positive then one negative test. Possibility of pregnancy? Next steps?

Very sore breasts. Very Short period three weeks ago. One positive then one negative test. Possibility of pregnancy? Next steps?

See the doctor: It sounds like it's time for a serum pregnancy test, meaning a blood test. Call for an appointment with your primary care doctor. If you develop problems before the appointment like severe abdominal pain, bleeding and cramping, get checked right away. ...Read more

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My breast have been sore to touch for at least three weeks now. Pregnancy test was negative & i already had my cycle. What else could this be?

My breast have been sore to touch for at least three weeks now. Pregnancy test was negative & i already had my cycle. What else could this be?

Change in weight: There could be multiple causes, sometimes when you experience sudden weight gain or weight loss you could be sore, or if you have been using certain muscles that are being used this can also cause soreness. It could also be hormones around the time of your period making you more sensitive to touch. ...Read more

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My last period started may 20 and lasted five days, had sex a week later and now I'm three weeks late with cramps and sore breast but neg test. Help?

My last period started may 20 and lasted five days, had sex a week later and now I'm three weeks late with cramps and sore breast but neg test. Help?

Be patient: The Pregnancy tests are pretty sensitive, so you need to be patient. You can wait until your next period as next to being pregnant, one of the next common causes is a simple missed ovulatory cycle (Anovulatory cycle). If your next period comes on normally, you are fine. Keep checking preg tests to re-assure yourself, but be patient. Check with GYN if it period does not return. Best wishes ...Read more

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Cramping in lower abdomine when i walk and really sore breasts. Dont start next period for three-four weeks ? Can i be pregnant ?

Cramping in lower abdomine when i walk and really sore breasts. Dont start next period for three-four weeks ? Can i be pregnant ?

Take the test: If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more

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