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Were your boobs sore every day in early pregnancy?

(14 Posts)
cooperbug Mon 19-Dec-16 15:29:29

I'm approx six weeks pregnant and one of the first signs that I had was sore boobs.

The thing is they are not sore every day and of course on the days when I can't feel the discomfort I worry that everything is ok!

Any thoughts?

PberryT Mon 19-Dec-16 15:36:14

Mine went from being a bit sore, to agony, to nothing, to agony etc. Lasted until 12 weeks from about 6 weeks (didn't know I was pregnant before the boobs!).

RedStripeIassie Mon 19-Dec-16 15:39:47

Yes, it's how I knew I was pregnant!
It went soon enough.

ScarletBegonia1234 Mon 19-Dec-16 15:41:55

Mine were agony with my first. This pregnancy they haven't hurt at all!

Creatureofthenight Mon 19-Dec-16 15:43:04

Oh for the days when they were sore - now they are itchy and driving me mad!

pictish Mon 19-Dec-16 15:43:21

Yes, absolutely.

sweetchilli77 Mon 19-Dec-16 15:49:49

Not every day no, my symptoms would come and go. As i hit 2nd trimester they kill, stabbing pains and tender nipples. Now there just big and ugly sad

annlee3817 Mon 19-Dec-16 15:50:57

The on off soreness was my reason for paying for another scan and testing again at 8 weeks, all was fine, and my DD is now 18 months, the soreness would always return for a few days with a vengeance

raviolidreaming Mon 19-Dec-16 17:02:06

Nope. Not at all. I had no symptoms until 15 weeks!

jpeg28 Tue 20-Dec-16 21:36:15

No not every day. Sometimes I couldn't even touch them! Other times nothing... made me very worried but all is ok!

Nikki2ol6 Tue 20-Dec-16 21:45:00

Yea sore and swollen!! Was awful! Was gone by around 12 weeks though

lemonpoppyseed Tue 20-Dec-16 21:48:44

Not at all. I didn't go up in size during pregnancy either.

ThePeoplesChamp Tue 20-Dec-16 22:46:15

I wouldnt worry. Mine were like two angry bricks one minute and fine the next. Hormones.... unpredictable.

LauraPalmersBodybag Tue 20-Dec-16 22:49:34

I once yelled when someone hugged me! I did clear up by 11-12 weeks though.


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