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 Is it normal for breast tenderness to go on and off in the very first few weeks of pregnancy?

Answer Answer YUP! Expect your whole body to do things it has never done before and dont be scared to ask as many questions of your doc as you can! Also - search the web - lots of stuff out there! Yes!
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If you have breast implants and believe you are pregnant should you be concerned that you have no breast tenderness or soreness even though other pregnancy symptoms are present?

No cause for alarm It is unlikely that the lack of soreness is due to the implants, but even if that were the case, it is not cause for alarm. In fact, consider it a blessing. It could be that ex... Read More »
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If you're 5 weeks pregnant is it normal for your breasts not to be sore but have some slight tingling and has anyone else experienced breast soreness later in pregnancy?

answer Don't worry this is normal, some womans do not experience any symptoms in the early pregnancy. You will have some very soon otherwise; you are one of the very few lucky ones who go throug wi... Read More »
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Is it normal for breast tenderness to go away but still be pregnant?

Answer I have the same problem and 8weeks prenant. Very normal if pregnant.
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Is fluctuating breast tenderness and no morning sickness common at 7 weeks?

Answer In some women it is yes. But if your worried you should see your doctor. Answer I am about 6 weeks pregnant. Since three days ago (after finding out I am pregnant) I have little or no signs ... Read More »
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