okay crazy question. So back when I first started ttc. I remember on a website it said sore bb's and lil bumps is a sign in early pregnacy.
well i'm 6days dpo. and I noticed this afternoon I have 3 lil bumps ( like gland bumps right around the nipple) on one of my breast. they dont hurt they are like a dry itchy feeling. So is this what they were talking about as fars as bumps go? they are only on 1 breast . neither of my breast are sore. maybe a lil irritated from where i keep rubbing them to see if they hurt.... any help is appreciated!!
i have had four pregnancies, you don't need to rub or touch your breasts to see if they hurt for pregnancy symptoms. The just bloody hurt without even touching them, to put on a bra for the first 12 weeks was agony. As for the munps around your nipples, i have ha them since having my first child 11.5 years ago. Hope this helps. If your late for your period, do a HPT
For some reason my boobs are giving me LOTS of problems and it's totally throwing me off. They have been killing me every month since i've been off the pill so bad that they are swelling with veins and I can't sleep on my stomach. But it's been my period EVERY time....But in your case it could mean a sign of preg. Goodluck. I get to try again next week!!..lol :)
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