I know a slight rise in temperature is normal during pregnancy......
I know a slight rise in temperature is normal during pregnancy......Ive been carrying a temp of 99.0-99.6 sitting down...what temp is too high?? My house is kept at 63-65 degrees.. poor bf sits around under blankets lmao!
also i know breasts tend to get tender but my actual breasts havent become tender just hot to the touch..its my actual nipples that have become very sensitive and very painful. Is that normal or should my entire breasts be tender?
sorry ive posted so many questions lately...this is my first pregnancy and dont have a mother to run to and ask questions if i have any. This site and google have become very helpful..
Thank you ladies so much for all the help!!
If you have a temp that high its possible you are coming down with something. In pregnancy we actually tend to get sick easier which is annoying. Also its normal for just your nipples to get tender... ugh I would hate when the brushed against anything.
Oh thats a little better. I'm running a usual 98.8 when I'm not sick but pregnant so it could be very normal for you. But like with everything in pregnancy best thing to do would be to contact your doctor and see what they think. How far along are you?
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