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breasts are hurting more and more
mamas77 posted:
so i have noticed that my breasts are hurting more and more everyday and im only 23w. with my daughter they only hurt in the beginning of the pregnancy. is this normal?
marsharileylamont responded:
dont think you should worry. all pregnancies are different. my nipples hurt like hell and i am 23wks too. my breasts are tender but the nipples hurt more.

stop worrying
truewyatt responded:
I agree with PP, all pregnancies are different. the pg between my son and daughter were so different. and even with this pg it is different. My breasts hurt alot some days and not at all on the other days.
Me (Brandy) 38, DH 39, DS 1 and scheduled c-section 11/18 and PINK TEAM!!!!
KBratt responded:
I agree with both PP, with my daughter they were barely tender to the touch, this time I am already 16w & I can hardly stand to wear a shirt!! so I think you are ok. Plus every one is different.
Me 23; DH 23; DD1 15mo; EDD2 3/6/12 BLUE TEAM-Riley Wayne
oboingo76 responded:
I wouldn't worry (like everyone else so far has said). I'm 18 weeks and mine are killing me. I go through spurts where for a couple weeks it won't be too bad, then for a couple weeks they're terribly sensitive and sore and just feel like they weigh 30 lbs.

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