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Has anyone experienced their breast soreness reduced or gone at 12 weeks

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Wants2bhappymumma Sun 07-Jun-20 10:04:16

Hello mamas,
I am almost hitting my 12 weeks and my breast are not sore anymore.Not only that I started to feel more hungry since yesterday.Having an MMC in my 1st pregnancy left me as an anxious there anyone here who has the same symptoms and everything turned out normal.

I am sorry if you guys have answered his before.

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zscaler Sun 07-Jun-20 10:07:37

I’ve been exactly the same OP. I had my 12 week scan this week and everything was totally fine. All of my symptoms have eased considerably in the last couple of weeks, including breast soreness. I think it’s pretty normal for symptoms to ease around the 12 week mark.

Hopefully your scan is soon and can put your mind at rest! flowers

Dollywilde Sun 07-Jun-20 10:08:43

Yes smile my only first trimester symptom was breast tenderness (really intense - brushing past something would have me yelping). Disappeared just before my 12 week scan at maybe 11 and a bit weeks? All was fine and I’m now 31 weeks with baby kicking away in my ribs...!

I’m sorry for your past loss but I wouldn’t assume the worst based on the soreness being gone smile

Osirus Sun 07-Jun-20 10:11:27

Yes, this is absolutely normal. Mine went back to normal around this time too.

Good luck.

rooarsome Sun 07-Jun-20 10:12:15

I still have mine (13 weeks) but from my last pregnancies it definitely goes around this time.

LaceCurtains Sun 07-Jun-20 10:13:48

Yes, I remember crying in early pregnancy at the thought that my breasts were going to be that sore for 9 months but it did ease.

Happymum12345 Sun 07-Jun-20 10:20:21

It’s perfectly normal. You might find they become sore again further along. I found things went up & down. All the best.

1stTimeMama Sun 07-Jun-20 10:29:17

The first symptoms don't usually last too long, it doesn't mean anything is wrong with the pregnancy, it's just changes in hormone levels.

GabriellaMontez Sun 07-Jun-20 10:48:06

Yes, even earlier than that. I was worried. But it was fine.

Hatscats Sun 07-Jun-20 10:49:54

Mine was awful early on, weeks 4-7 ish I guess. Then it eased off and comes and goes. Still not normal, but I don’t noticed it much now (nearly 21 weeks).

Wants2bhappymumma Sun 07-Jun-20 11:25:33

Thank you for your kind reply.I don't have any other family member in the UK except my hubby and his father is terminally ill at back home.So,I didn't want to spread my worry to him.Once again thank you for your kind words 😍

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Wants2bhappymumma Sun 07-Jun-20 11:27:12

Thank you@Dollywilde for your kind support. It means a lot to mesmile

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Wants2bhappymumma Sun 07-Jun-20 11:28:14

Thank you @Osirus.🙏

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LordGribeau Sun 07-Jun-20 11:29:56

I was like that in all 3 of my pregnancies. Breast tenderness disappeared at 11/12 weeks. I now have 3 healthy children arguing over who gets to choose what to watch on YouTube...

Wants2bhappymumma Sun 07-Jun-20 11:31:08

@rooarsome,thank you for sharing the info🙏

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LikeTheFruit Sun 07-Jun-20 11:32:30

Yes! All my pregnancy symptoms disappeared about 3 days before my first scan (at 13 weeks). Was so so anxious as was convinced I'd MC, it was all fine and now she's 12 weeks old and napping in my arms. Good luck

Bluetonic41 Sun 07-Jun-20 11:34:09

Your BHCG evens out and sometimes starts to go down from around 12 weeks on so that could explain it, please dont worry about a miscarriage without any other symptoms.

Wants2bhappymumma Sun 07-Jun-20 11:36:11

Thank you @LaceCurtains@Happymum12345@1stTimeMama@GabriellaMontez for the support.Now I think I should stop worrying and treat me with something. This is a very supportive place smileflowers

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Wants2bhappymumma Sun 07-Jun-20 11:36:51


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Wants2bhappymumma Sun 07-Jun-20 11:38:31

😍😘.I wish I was a part of this blog/group before. Thank you❤

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GabriellaMontez Sun 07-Jun-20 11:59:02

Have you looked on the pregnancy boards? They are usually very supportive and full of people with similar experiences.

positivity123 Sun 07-Jun-20 12:01:25

I remember having a meal at about 12 weeks and thinking ' yay I'm actually hungry and I can enjoy this!'.
Currently cuddling my 4 month old so it all turned out fine.

Wants2bhappymumma Sun 07-Jun-20 12:41:40


Have you looked on the pregnancy boards? They are usually very supportive and full of people with similar experiences.

No,I haven't. Probably I should read through those rather than being anxious all the time.Thank you smile

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Wants2bhappymumma Sun 07-Jun-20 12:43:13

@positivity123,aww...I am so happy for you.I hope you are having a great time with your little angel 😍

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GabriellaMontez Sun 07-Jun-20 14:49:40

I found them a huge support and comfort.

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