Yes. Occasionally, early pregnancy can have symptoms of intermittent breast tenderness especially with the nipples.
Yes. Yes, episodic tenderness can be related to the menstrual cycle, and can usually occur at similar times each month. The cause is usually related to the cyclic changes in the two female hormones: estrogen and progesterone.
Yes, generally.. Very common. Also at the time of the cycle. Breast tenderness is very responsive to hormonal changes. These occur at he time of ovulation with a spike up then down in estrogen and again at the menses with a significant nadir in the estrogen and Progesterone levels. This alone dan cause he symptoms you describe without any seriousc.
What does vaginal tingling mean? I'm two days late on my period and I've had some breast soreness as well (normal for me). Is my period coming?
Need more info. The tingling is a vague symptom that could be anxiety, allergy or something else. If you are sexually active and your period is late, even 2 days and with breast tenderness (even if the symptom is common for you) it is prudent for you to make an appt with your OB. GYN now.
Just started Lamictal. I've been having intense dreams, breast soreness, shorter period, cold symptoms. Is this normal? I am female 33.
Side effects. Rash, dizziness and headache are the most common symptoms, although flu like symptoms, dysmenorrhea and muscle soreness have been reported. It was wise to consider that these are side effects. They may improve with time. Be sure to report them to your prescriber.
I have been taking Zoloft (sertraline) for about a month and I am 6 days late on my period and have extreme breast soreness. Is this normal?
MASTALGIA. ZOLOFT (sertraline) CAN CAUSE MASTALGIA (breast pain), MASTITIS IS BREAST INFLAMMATION. You need a full exam labs. Also mammogram and ultrasound of the area in question to define the anatomy. It can be commonly caused by Fibrocystic Breast Disease. Limit caffeine in diet. Start VIT E orally and topically. Follow up with your doctor for reevaluation. SSRI (Zoloft) can also cause irregular menses.
My period recently ended, but now I'm having some cramps, slight backache, and slight breast soreness. Is this normal or should I be concerned?
Watch it. The effect of progesterone is probably lingering on a bit longer than usual. Give it a few days, then do a pregnancy test if it doesn't go away and see a doctor.