did your boobs become much less sore after 12 weeks? Or they shouldnt'!
Hi everyone, I know pregnancy symptoms are supposed to decrease after the 12 weeks, does this include sore boobs? or they they are supposed to stay sore until birth? I am abit concerned as mine are hardly any sore now and I am just 13weeks....
i am 16 going to 17 weeks. my boobs feel normal now. they are still a little bigger but no longer hurts. i remember it goes away when i was 13 weeks. had u/s at 14 weeks and the baby was jumping around! dont worry, i am sure eveything is fine!
Mine stopped bothering me around 10-11 weeks. They'll get sore again when/if you start to breast feed. Mine were never that sore to begin with but they're completely normal now. They haven't even gotten bigger and I'm 36 weeks!
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