I am going on 6 wks and already my areolas are getting larger and darkening. But so far no change in SIZE. When did you notice your breasts getting larger? I thought that pregnancy would be my only chance at having big bossoms but I feel like now I might be stuck with small ones!
Everyone is going to be different..they will get larger! Mine were the first things to get soar and larger but no bigger then they get during my cycles. Thats how I new I was prego.
We are ttc now with our second child after having a m/c in march. I'll let you know if the girls get big! LOL :)
I also got lucky and got to keep my larger size after the my daughter was born..maybe you will get lucky also. It is fun to have something there for a change!
My first pregnancy (ended with m/c) my breasts got very sore and really full at 5 weeks.
My current pregnancy, I am 22 weeks, but my breasts didn't start getting sore or full until 6 or 7 weeks this time. Its been on and off. They've stayed full since 6 or 7 weeks this time, but the soreness comes and goes. I went up one cup size in my first trimester and am just about ready to go up another cup size now.
I'm sure your breasts will get full soon enough. I'm a very small chested woman myself so I always enjoy getting bigger boobs.
I went up 2 cup sizes by 7 weeks. It was awful. My boobs were so big that people couldn't even tell I was pregnant until at least 6 months. I just looked like I was getting chunky. (I'm normally slim.) I think that everyone is different though. Wait till you're nursing. I was even bigger then.
My aureolas also darkened immediately. I'm at 11 weeks now and the whole bosom is getting bigger. My sister in law (who is really slim and very small in the chest) never got much increase in size when she was pregnant. Everyone is definitely different. :)
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