I'm 5 weeks and 3 days pregnant. I woke up this morning with my breast tenderness just about gone. I'm trying to make a dr. appointment today to get my HCG checked, but I was wondering if anyone else had experienced this so early on in pregnancy. I read that often, this means the beginning of a miscarriage. Is that always true? Sorry if this is a stupid question. This is my first pregnancy.
yea go check with the doctor
when your pregnant, after awhile ur body gets used to it and it barely hurts but jus in case, call and c. Goodluck
I have an appointment at 8:30 this morning (in like, 23 minutes). I asked to have my levels checked. I'll let you know what happens.
its normal for your breast to hurt damn i hated that it does go away pretty soon just talk to your dr
That happened to me, then all of a sudden it came back, twice as bad!
its comes and goes for most people, especially in early pregnancy, it doesnt mean much..... when someone miscarries, it takes a while for their body to recognize it so it continues to produce hormones, so something like tenderness stopping for a bit doesnt mean much at all!!! could be worse..... for the last few months, when mine hurt, its only one at a time.... thats a little weird ;) no worries momma, youre fine!
Well, the doctors recommended against even getting the blood test because it's so early, that even if something is wrong, nothing could be done. My best friend said that this happened with both of her pregnancies and everything was fine. Hopefully, this is just a normal fluctuation of my hormones or something. I'm just praying that everything is ok.
Try not to stress yourselfout worrying about it at this stage. I've had a few failed pregnancies, and am finally having a viable pregnancy with few complications.
Everytime, I've found that symptoms can come and go. Sometimes I've had wicked morning sickness, other days it's not even a consideration. My breasts will ache and feel like they are about to burst, and then another day I barely notice they are there.
I wish you the best with the situation, and pray it all works out well for you.