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Dr. Walter Futterweit
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Possible cause of blue veins on breasts besides pregnancy?

Possible cause of blue veins on breasts besides pregnancy?

Flow variations : Recent weight loss with thinner skin, normal variations of blood flow. ...Read more

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Dr. Daniel Lebowitz
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Dr. Wendy Askew
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Dr. Nadine Yamusah
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Do veins clearly show 6 days after conception? And a slight hurt in the breasts when touched can be a sign of pregnancy?

Do veins clearly show 6 days after conception? And a slight hurt in the breasts when touched can be a sign of pregnancy?

People are different: One women may not experience any pregnancy symptom and another May experience them all. Hence, if you had unprotected sex at the time of ovulation, then your chances of being pregnant are high. Some people are very sensitive and can experience some pregnancy (odd) symptoms as early as the next day after conception ...Read more

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Dr. Daniel Lebowitz
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Dr. Brian Santin
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My veins have been more visible on my breast and sides took a pregnancy test but all negative ?

My veins have been more visible on my breast and sides took a pregnancy test but all negative
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Could be: This could be normal but there could be a relation to the veins deeper in your chest that could cause this. Seeing a physician could help explain this a bit better. I hope this helps. ...Read more

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Dr. Thomas Wright
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Do you veins pop out in breast more in pregnancy or ovulation?

Do you veins pop out in breast more in pregnancy or ovulation?

Yes: When you are pregnant and ovulating you are in a higher Progesterone state. Progesterone causes smooth muscle ; veins to dilate. So in some ladies especially fairer skinned ones it is normal to see veins at this time. ...Read more

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Dr. Lydia Collins
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Blue veins in breast during pregnancy. Is this normal?

Blue veins in breast during pregnancy. Is this normal?

Yes: The volume of blood increases by 50% during pregnancy. Plus high Progesterone hormone levels produced during pregnancy cause the veins to loosen. This can result in more prominent veins throughout the body, including on the breasts. ...Read more

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Dr. John Landi
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I took 3 pregnancy tests one week and then 1 pregnancy test a couple weeks after--all neg. But i noticed veins on breasts and possibly darker nipples?

I took 3 pregnancy tests one week and then 1 pregnancy test a couple weeks after--all neg. But i noticed veins on breasts and possibly darker nipples?

Not necessarily.: Blue veins around the nipple and on the breasts can increase with pregnancy but are not an absolute indication of being pregnant. Veins on the breast can occur for many reasons including genetics, levels of hydration, body temperature and stress. These veins tend to be more prominent in fair skinned women and and usually a variations of normal findings. ...Read more

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Dr. Gabriel Goren
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Is having blue veins on breast a pregnancy symptom?

Is having blue veins on breast a pregnancy symptom?

Yes, : Even in the first stages of pregnancy engorgement of the breast including visible veins are there and is normal! ...Read more

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Dr. Gary Cunningham
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Varicose veins on my breasts and on my areola, a sign of pregnancy?

Varicose veins on my breasts and on my areola, a sign of pregnancy?

Maybe.: Prominent breast veins are common in pregnancy and can occur pretty early. But, if you're not pregnant and want to eliminate the veins, I've seen very good results with sclerotherapy. It's easy to do and most patients find it less painful than they thought it would be. ...Read more

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Dr. Robert Killian
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What can cause your period a week early, be extra heavy, and only 4 days long when normal is 6? Negative pregnancy test and veins on my breasts

What can cause your period a week early, be extra heavy, and only 4 days long when normal is 6? Negative pregnancy test and veins on my breasts

Not Pregnancy: Unless you had an early miscarriage this is about hormones. Irregular periods are often about irregular hormones. If this is the first time this has happened to you then you may just be normal next cycle. If this continues you may want to visit with your doctor to determine if you need some hormone regulation. ...Read more

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Veins are thin walled vessels that carry deoxygenated blood ...Read more


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