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Tender Breasts No Period
Fibrocystic changes: You could have fibrocystic changes. This is the most common cause of breast pain. It can be aggravated by caffeine, stress, menstrual cycle and hormonal supplements. If you are over 40, then you should have a mammogram and ultrasound. Please get evaluated by a breast specialist. ...Read more
Your breasts may provide the first signs to you that you are pregnant. Women's breasts often get extremely tender and begin increasing in size very early in pregnancy. These changes are preparing you for breastfeeding. The size may increase throughout the first 3 months of pregnancy. It is important to wear a bra that fits and supports your breasts throughout your pregnancy. Your nipples and areolas (the darker skin around the nipples) will darken early in pregnancy. By weeks 12-14, you may start leaking colostrum from your breasts. Colostrum is a fluid made up of water, proteins, minerals, and antibodies that you will feed your baby for the first few days ...Read more
Two months ago I had a miscarriage at 6 weeks. Got my period
But tender breasts after period.what can it be?
U need a pregnancy: test. If negative check another pregnancy test in 1 week. If both negative, then you can be rest assured you are not pregnant. Then go see a GYN or family doctor to make sure u do not have a miscarriage. That is the most common cause of bleeding in the first trimester. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
Tender breasts. Late period. Normal diet. Lack of energy/tiredness despite getting 8+ hours of sleep.Not stressed?
Pregnant?: Even though the bleeding 2 weeks ago looked like a period, it could have been bleeding due to implantation of a pregnancy or bleeding during early pregnancy. If a pregnancy test is neg, there could be other causes for hormone surges, like ovarian cysts. It is best to see your doctor. ...Read more
2 months, nausea, cramping, tender breasts, dizziness. Period both months. Cramping even when not near period. Dizziness more often. Causes?
Many symptoms: When patients have multiple symptoms in various body systems it requires an in-depth visit to go over each and every one and try and determine a cause that ties them all together. I would suggest scheduling a visit with a Primary care doctor here on healthtap and doing a 1 on 1 session. ...Read more
Early menapause at 38? Irregular periods, hair loss, zero sex drive, irritability, fatigue, weight gain, tender breasts. First period at age 11.
Perimenopause: Most women have a period before menopause that is a transitional time and can have some or all of your symptoms. When they begin before 40 it is considered early, but not necessarily abnormal to have this happen in your mid 30's. Ask your doctor for an exam to reassure yourself or to discover if anything is a problem. You may just be a bit avant garde. Best wishes. ...Read more
Never had tender Breast b4 period. I have had sore breast 4 8 days now 3 days until period begins. Last period was 5/25/14 is it 2 soon 4 hot?
Premenstrual mastalg: I have found that women in their 40s begin to experience more tenderness in their breasts between ovulation and the period. I don't know your age but would guess that is the case since this is a new and concerning change for you. If it persists past the period see your provider. Do a self breast exam also at the onset of the period. ...Read more
Period like cramping but period has been over since the 6th. Twitching in my abd. And tender breast. Last period was shorter and bright red help ?
I have been spotting for 10 days and have tender breast. My period is supposed to start today but no sign of starting.. could i be pregnant?
I had protected sex on 7/27 and 7/28 and its now 7/31 and im having cramps and tender breast, my period is supposed to be coming, can i be pregnant.?
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