why are my breasts feeling so tender, like a have rocks? is this a sign of pregnancy?

Nov 6
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why are my breasts feeling so tender, like a have rocks? is this a sign of pregnancy?
what are some symptoms of pregnancy?

Answer by Sjean
Tender breasts are definitly a sign of pregnancy, but also a sign of any hormonal surge.

Answer by jezebelring
could be. could also be hormones from your impending period. (your body’s reaction to hormones can change, or you could simply be noticing the sensation for the first time because you’re paranoid.)

Answer by knowsitall
Could be fibrocystic breasts. (cysts of water in the breasts that can hurt.) Stop drinking coffee or anything with caffeine like coke or pepsi and it will probably go away after a couple of weeks. I have this so I know it works.

Answer by bearly2335
It can be,but it could just be close to your time of the month,which is very normal.It’s probably not anything to be worried about,I get that way every month,but if it keeps bothering you,get checked out.

Answer by dalonzo302
Symptoms of pregnancy.. could be vomiting, or you suddenly have cravings for foods you usually dont have. Sore breasts could be a sign of pregnancy or your menstrual.

Answer by grangenio
just presuntive. your phisician and the lab have the best answer

Answer by fallenhalonc
Pregnancy Symptoms — Early Signs of Pregnancy
Pregnancy symptoms differ from woman to woman and pregnancy to pregnancy; however, one of the most significant pregnancy symptoms is a delayed or missed menstrual cycle. Understanding pregnancy symptoms is important because each symptom may be related to something other than pregnancy. Some women experience pregnancy symptoms within a week of conception. For other women, symptoms may develop over a few weeks or may not be present at all. Below is a listing of some of the most common pregnancy symptoms.

Implantation Bleeding:
Implantation bleeding can be one of the earliest pregnancy symptoms. About 6-12 days after conception, the embryo implants itself into the uterine wall. Some women will experience spotting as well as some cramping.

Other Explanations: Actual menstruation, altered menstruation, changes in birth control pill, infection, or abrasion from intercourse.

Delay/Difference in Menstruation:
A delayed or missed menstruation is the most common pregnancy symptom leading a woman to test for pregnancy. When you become pregnant, your next period should be missed. Many women can bleed while they are pregnant, but typically the bleeding will be shorter or lighter than a normal period. This symptom is commonly explained by other reasons. If you have been sexually active and have missed a period, it is recommended that you take a test:
Other Explanations: Excessive weight gain/loss, fatigue, hormonal problems, tension, stress, ceasing to take the birth control pill, or breast-feeding.

Swollen/Tender Breasts:
Swollen or tender breasts is a pregnancy symptom which may begin as early as 1-2 weeks after conception. Women may notice changes in their breasts; they may be tender to the touch, sore, or swollen.

Other Explanations: Hormonal imbalance, birth control pills, impending menstruation (PMS) can also cause your breasts to be swollen or tender.

Fatigue/Tiredness:
Feeling fatigued or more tired is a pregnancy symptom which can also start as early as the first week after conception.

Other Explanations: Stress, exhaustion, depression, common cold or flu, or other illnesses can also leave you feeling tired or fatigued.

Nausea/Morning Sickness:
This well-known pregnancy symptom will often show up between 2-8 weeks after conception. Some women are fortunate to not deal with morning sickness at all, while others will feel nauseous throughout most of their pregnancy.

Other Explanations: Food poisoning, stress, or other stomach disorders can also cause you to feel queasy.

Backaches:
Lower backaches may be a symptom that occurs early in pregnancy; however, it is common to experience a dull backache throughout an entire pregnancy.

Other Explanations: Impending menstruation, stress, other back problems, and physical or mental strains.

Headaches:
The sudden rise of hormones in your body can cause you to have headaches early in pregnancy.

Other Explanations: Dehydration, caffeine withdrawal, impending menstruation, eye strain, or other ailments can be the source of frequent or chronic headaches.

Frequent Urination:
Around 6-8 weeks after conception, you may find yourself making a few extra trips to the bathroom.

Other Explanations: Urinary tract infection, diabetes, increasing liquid intake, or taking excessive diuretics.

Darkening of Areolas:
If you are pregnant, the skin around your nipples may get darker.

Other Explanations: Hormonal imbalance unrelated to pregnancy or may be a leftover effect from a previous pregnancy.

Food Cravings:
While you may not have a strong desire to eat pickles and ice cream, many women will feel cravings for certain foods when they are pregnant. This can last throughout your entire pregnancy.

Answer by jolly
hi there it can be a sign of pregnancy !but there can be many reason which i cant ans just not becoz here it will be abuse so u can mail me viv_duke_cool@yahoo.com

Answer by Dummy
Yeah, most likely. But, in the event that you are not pregnant, call me. I will make sure you are.

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Sore breasts and nipples while on the pill?

Jan 12
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Sore breasts and nipples while on the pill?
I have been on a new pill called Loestrin fe 24 for about four full months now and have noticed that every so often my breasts and nipples are really to sore to even wear a bra, in addition one breast is getting bigger than the other and is producing colostrum…. Should I take a pregnancy test or is this normal for a change in pills?

Answer by Troy’s Mommy
Continue using your Loestrin 24 Fe and talk to your doctor if you have any of these less serious side effects:
·mild headache or dizziness;
·nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea;
·breakthrough bleeding; or
·breast tenderness.
•You may notice these side effects only during the first 3 to 6 months of birth control use.
•You may have other less serious side effects such as:
·depression;
·bloating, changes in weight or appetite;
·vaginal itching or discharge;
·changes in your menstrual periods;
·problems with contact lenses;
·acne or other skin changes;
·mood swings, decreased sex drive;
·tired feeling; or
·changes in your blood sugar.
****The whole colostrum thing is a bit off, I would ask the Dr. that prescribed them to you.****

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Cramps, no sore breasts, could I be pregnant?

Nov 27
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Cramps, no sore breasts, could I be pregnant?
I had sexual intercourse 4 weeks ago and started my pills 2 weeks ago.
It was anal sex and I’m afraid it could have dripped so I douched afterwards.

I have 5 more pills left and I’m expecting my period in another week or two.
I felt some cramps today but I did not have sore breasts, nausea, fatigue or other pregnancy symptoms.
Could I be pregnant, or its the sign that my period is near?

Answer by Shocking Truth!
Hello Ransu, I do not believe you have anything to worry about as far as being pregnant. Here is an article on early pregnancy signs for your future information. Take care.

Early Symptom of Pregnancy: Spotting and Cramping

A few days after conception, the fertilized egg attaches itself to the uterine wall. This can cause one of the earliest signs of pregnancy — spotting and, sometimes, cramping. Known as implantation bleeding, this early symptom occurs anywhere from six to 12 days after the egg is fertilized.
The cramps resemble menstrual cramps, and some women mistake them and the bleeding for the start of their period. The bleeding and cramps, however, are slight.

In addition to bleeding, you may notice a white, milky discharge from your vagina. This is related to the fact that, almost immediately after conception, the vaginal walls begin to thicken. It is the increased growth of cells lining the vagina that causes the discharge. This discharge can continue throughout your pregnancy.

Early Symptom of Pregnancy: Breast Changes
Changes in your breasts are another very early sign of pregnancy. When you conceive, your body undergoes a rapid change in hormone levels. Because of the changes in hormones, you may notice in one to two weeks that your breasts have become swollen, sore, or tingly. Or they may feel heavier or fuller or feel tender to the touch. In addition, the area around the nipples, called the areola, may darken.

Early Symptom of Pregnancy: Fatigue
Feeling unusually fatigued is an early pregnancy symptom that can occur as soon as one week after you conceive. The excessive tiredness is often related to a high level of progesterone in your system, although other things such as lower levels of blood sugar, lower blood pressure, and increased blood production can all contribute.

Early Symptom of Pregnancy: Nausea (Morning Sickness)
The elevated levels of estrogen in your system can slow the emptying of your stomach. This contributes to another early symptom of pregnancy, nausea, or what many women call morning sickness.

Early Symptom of Pregnancy: Missed Period

The most obvious early symptom of pregnancy — and the one that prompts most women to get a
pregnancy test — is a missed period.

http://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/pregnancy-am-i-pregnant?page=3

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I am experiencing increased appetite, fatigue, mild nausea and sore breasts after a miscarriage.?

Jul 11
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I am experiencing increased appetite, fatigue, mild nausea and sore breasts after a miscarriage.?
I had a miscarriage two weeks ago at five weeks into my pregnancy. This was my 4th pregnancy with no previous miscarriages. I bled for 7 days with a few small clots, (the biggest one was about the size of a quarter). I had my HCG levels checked 4 times during the 7 days I was bleeding. They dropped from 105 on the 1st day to 10 on the 5th day of bleeding. All of my pregnancy symptoms disappeared that week, but this past week since the bleeding has stopped I have experienced some mild nausea, really tender breasts and I am eating everything in sight! My husband and I finally had sex (unprotected) last night for the first time since the miscarriage, so I know that these aren’t pregnancy symptoms because I was having them before we had sex. What could be causing these symptoms? Has this ever happened to anyone else?

Answer by Aimee
Alright, the bleeding was totally normal, it was just your body’s way of clearing everything out. As for all of your symptoms, they are also normal for a miscarriage. Your body was preparing to have a baby. This included preparing your breasts, which would be the reason they are sore now. The muscles in your womb also expanded (however little) which would explain the slight nausea. I’m not sure about the ‘eating everything in sight’. I’m sorry for your loss and I hope it gets better. (it should be totally gone within two weeks, otherwise call a doctor).

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Swollen breasts, fatigue and nausea..?

May 28
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Swollen breasts, fatigue and nausea..?
For the past few days I have been experiencing some abnormal symptoms. My breasts have been swollen, i’ve been really achy and gassy, i’ve been really tired but kind of unable to actually get some good rest and now i’ve begun to feel some nausea. My boyfriend and I had sex about a week ago but we used protection so I don’t really think it’s that and my period isn’t due for another month.
any idea what this could be? Please and thank you.

Answer by james
U R PREGNANT

Answer by Nana B
Despite the fact that you used protection, it really sounds as though you might be pregnant. If that’s not something you want, then I hope it’s something else, but you should probably take a pregnancy test to be sure.

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Nausea, headaches, sore breasts? HELP PLEASE!?

Apr 23
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Nausea, headaches, sore breasts? HELP PLEASE!?
Ok, so I’m feeling very sick to my stomach right now. Every time I eat a meal I get very nauseous, and a little nauseous when I eat smaller things. Ive used the bathroom probably 5 times in the last few hours with some what runny stools (TMI SORRY!) I’ve also had to pee a good bit, but I’ve been drinking a lot of water lately, so that’s probably why. I haven’t puked yet, but then again, I haven’t puked in 8 years, maybe longer? My period was due yesterday or today, but I had light spotting/bleeding 5 days before it was due *already asked about this in previous questions* which I’ve also read about decidual bleeding, and think that’s what may have been happening because it seemed a tad too heavy to be implantation, but it was still very light, and now when I go to the bathroom when I wipe I have some brownish discharge. My breasts are sore, not as sore as they were, but still sore if they bump up against something or if someone hits them, and they have swollen a bit, but I’m not very large, so I figured that’s why they’re not extremely sensitive. Ive had many headaches the past few days and a bit of fatigue, but not too much. I’m going to test this weekend but wanted to see someone elses input on it.

PLEASE ANSWER (:

Answer by sokokl
Some of these symptoms can be an indication that your body might be getting ready for the next period to come (an example only).

However, the only way to know for sure is to see your doctor for further evaluation of the situation to see what they say.

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5 days late, very swollen sore breasts for a week, fatigue and a little more frequent urination.Pregnant?

Feb 16
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5 days late, very swollen sore breasts for a week, fatigue and a little more frequent urination.Pregnant?
I had unprotected sex with my husband on a few occasions mid-ish cycle. I am about 4 – 5 days late for my period which isn’t terribly unusual as I’m not that regular. However, I have had extremely swollen and sore boobs for the past 5 days, and have been super tired for the past couple of days, semi nauseous and have been peeing a little more than usual. My boobs occasionally get sore before my period but have never been this BIG or tender and normally that only lasts 2 days max. I took a pregnancy test today and it came back negative. I think that I may have taken it too soon and also had a lot of fluids before I took it. I plan on retesting with my first morning urine in the next few days. The tiredness, nausea and pee thing is maybe all in my head and I could very well be freaking myself out for no reason. The boob thing has just never happened like this before. Is it possible I’m pregnant?
I also feel like I’ve had a a tiny bit of temperature. You know when your face feels hot? I’ve heard that an elevated temperature is also a sign of pregnancy but I could just be tired or have a cold lurking…

Answer by Amber E. M. T
I knew I was pregnant right away because my breasts hurt so bad. All you can do is wait it out until the day after your missed period and then take the test. The more you stress about it the worse the symptoms will be, even if you are not pregnant. Sometimes just knowing we didnt use protection with our husband can cause us to worry and throw off our cycle.
Good luck

Answer by Dawn R
i sure can be possible. you may not have enough of the pregnancy hormone yet. i would take a test in the morning and another in a week or see a dr for a blood draw if you have not started.

Answer by falconclaw240
Yes it is still possible, and most pregnancy tests can’t accurately tell you until a week or more has passed after your missed period

All pregnancy tests look for the presence of hCG. hCG is short for “’’human chorionic gonadotropin’’”. it is produced by the placenta

“but 10% of women will test negative even though they are pregnant. If you’re trying to get pregnant and get a negative test result, you should still avoid alcohol, cigarettes and recreational drugs, just in case you are actually pregnant”

Answer by J G
Sore boobs and being super tired were my main pregnancy issues……is possible. Retest first thing in the morning……you may have been too early too that levels were below testing level. Or, maybe just having hormone issues that caused period to be late.

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Very tired, super itchy stomach and breasts, and a little nausea?

Oct 16
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Very tired, super itchy stomach and breasts, and a little nausea?
I recently went on a week long vacation to visit family without my partner and we both double checked that i remembered my birth control patch before I left, long story short i couldn’t find the patch on my patch change day (anywhere!) and was without my birth control for the whole week, after not seeing each other for the week we jumped in bed and had s3x the night I came home, i put on a new patch a few days later and forgot about it for a couple days, my patch fell off 3 days later and i put a new patch on but was without one for most of that day as well since i was not home. I now have itchy breasts and stomach and am absolutely exhausted which is not at all like me, This morning when I woke up I felt almost like I had a hangover, a small headache and nausea, and I don’t drink except on the rare occasion (not last night) I took a pregnancy test and it was negative but the days i could have conceived would have been 10 days or less ago and i am not due for a period for at least a week. I felt cramping about 6 or 7 days ago like I was going to get a period but then it went away. Could I be pregnant and just not be far enough along to get a positive test or do you think I am not? I would be okay with either but it just dawned on me today that I could be. Anyone have these symptoms about a week and a half after conception?? Also when should i test again, and what tests work best?

Answer by J G
That is a bit too soon to be having those kind of symptoms from pregnancy. It is more likely that they are just from the hormone fluctuations you put yourself through coming off and going back on the patch. You have to realize, you came off the patch for a week, which is usually a signal to the body to have your period…..but it was too soon to effectively start a period so probably started you in that direction, but by the time you started to get the cramping, you were back on the patch, so that would have stopped it. Wouldn’t be to surprised if your next period is not normal. But one thing, you ARE NOT protected right now…..and you will not be on your off week and for a week after if you have not had a full 21 days of hormones before. It would be a good idea to use a condom from now until you are certain you are protected. I’m not sure how it works with the patch, but with pills, if you were to miss a week, it would be like you were never on them, and you should start over with a new pack and go through a whole cycle before having a break week, otherwise you are not protected. Read the instructions that come with the patch to find out how you should be handleing missing a week.

However, if you continue to feel like that, would be a good idea to take another test. All those symptoms could be pregnancy symptoms. I know headache,l fatigue and sore breasts where my early symptoms….but started about a month after I conceived.

But read the possible side effects you can have with the patch. For the most part all hormone birth control has side effects that mimic pregnancy because you are essentially tricking your body into thinking you are pregnant so that you do not ovulate. Ususally your body adjusts to them withing a few months, but going off and going back on could cause more side effects.

I would say if 10 days or less is the furthest back that you could have concived, what you are experiencing is from the patch, not being pregnant. However, you still could be pregnant.

Answer by ana
when i get pregnant i always get symptoms as early as three weeks after conception and i always get those exact same symptoms first i feel really tired and sleepy then the nausea comes all day, you should do a pregnancy test 3 days after you miss your period its to early for the test to detect the pregnancy hormone.

Answer by Susie
Sometimes you get menstrual cramps when you are pregnant in the beginning because your uterus is stretching. If you did not wear the patch for the entire week and then had one fall off you may very well be pregnant. However; you should wait until you are a couple of days late for your cycle before you begin to worry. You could just be having hormone changes from missing the patch. For me (and each woman is different) my breasts were very sore, that is always my first sign that I am pregnant and I have three children so its a good indicator. As for the headache and nausea, yep that could be a sign too. But you could have taken the test to early. Wait to see if you are late and take another.

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had extemely sre breasts for three weeks now i am not pregnant ,i had my period as normal on 2 march?

Oct 12
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had extemely sre breasts for three weeks now i am not pregnant ,i had my period as normal on 2 march?
extremely sore to touch on both sides .using no contraception because ttc. done numerous neg preg tests .. dont know what to do as i also have constant nausea..please help
both breasts sore ,right one in particular . makes me cry to touch..
no disharge or sore nipples

Answer by drankurbhardwaj
tight clothing , skin infection ( cellulitis) or rough handling.

Answer by John A
Hi!

It maybe mastitis, which you dont have to be pregnant to get. Are you gettiung any discharge from your nipples?

Best to go and see the lovely GP and maybe get some Anti-Biotics is it’s infected. Signs can be heat from the affected area, pain, swelling and inflammation and discharge/oozing.

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Nausea, headaches and sore breasts?

Aug 1
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Nausea, headaches and sore breasts?
Is there anything else that can cause Nausea, headaches, very sore breasts for over a week now? I have taken preg tests and even had a blood one the other day and it was neg. Dr said it could be just too early to tell yet. So I am just wondering if there is anything else it could be? I am 2 weeks away from starting so it’s not PMS. I usually get that the week of. What could it be?
Please help!

Answer by crystal nw
Honestly, it really could just be too early to tell. I had multiple negative pregnancy tests with my son. Just wait like 2 more weeks and check again. Also, it could be nerves or stress. I am leading toward the idea of pregnant though. Also, if you have been trying to get pregnant, or really want to get pregnant, I have heard of women actually psyching themselves out to “think” they are pregnant. They get symptoms of it and everything. Just check it out again in a couple weeks. Good Luck.

Answer by pamelalee1974
do you drink alot of alcohol? or it may be just that your ovulating. Or could be some type of meds. Did u recently start taking birth control pills?

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