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    breast soreness after my period
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    nicole1824 posted:
    Is it uncommon for my breast to be sore after my period. During my menstrual cycles my breast get tender and sore before and during my period. This time the tenderness went away but the soreness has stayed in both breast in the same spot. Not the whole boob is sore but in a the front towards the middle but in both breast. Is this normal for me to be sore still. Im very little/a cup so im sensitive i can feel the soreness. easily. I was on birth concontrol but ive been off of it 3 months and since yjen i feel lk my hormones have been out of control.

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