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Ive never had sore boobs in either of my PG (both mc) or AF, only heavy boobs, and the occasionally tingly nipple. Do women always get sore boobs, and from when would I start to experience it?thanks ladies
nope, i never got it, and never for AF either, i do get sore nipples when breastfeeding and I ovulate though
Thanks Thisisyesterday. Everyone keeps telling me to expect sore boobs like with AF only worse, but having never had them I wonder if i will ever get them. Glad to know Im not the only one
yep, some people just don't get it. i've been pregnant 5 times and never had it
Lucky you, thats good going. Shall take my lack of sore boobs as not an un-positive thing
definitely, are you waiting to test?
I didn't get this with my first 2 DSs, but am currently pregnant with DC3 (nearly 6 weeks) and my boobs are extremely sore and much bigger. So definately nothing to worry about.
In my first pregnancy they were so SO painful, i couldn't turn over in bed or hug anyone! And if the shower sprayed on them it was agony!!! They didn't get bigger though.This time they are not half as sore, it comes and goes and feels more tender than sore but they are huge!!Good luck if you are waiting to test!
I was going to be testing on Tuesday, but have delayed it as messed up my OV date, so now friday.I hope im not imagining this, but the colum (if it is such a thing) thats in the centre of my boob aches today. Normally that only happens when I sleep on my front. Ohhhh exciting (DH has just reminded Ladyem that she is banned from obsessive SS)(Darn)
first pg - none all the way thru pgsecond pg - i felt like i had a knife stabbing me between my boobs for 24 hours (it was 4 dpo at the time so i knew i was pg )
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