I am very worried about my lack of breast tenderness. I am 4wks 5 days today and I have had 5 very positive pregnancy tests. Every month I have regular, 31 day cycles with a 12-13 day luteal phase, usually 13 days. My breasts get very sore, heavy, and swollen at 5-7 days past ovulation. This month it has been so mild. One day they hurt but subsided there after. I am wondering, could I have low progesterone given my luteal phases are normal? Also, is it normal in your first pregnancy to have no breast tenderness even if during your menstrual cycles you get very tender breasts? It makes no sense to me given your hormone levels are supposed to rise daily, I would expect the symptoms to increase. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.
Every pregnancy is different and not all signs of early pregnancy are experienced by all women. Congratulations on your early pregnancy, you should call your ob/gyn to have your first prenatal appointment in 3-4 weeks.
WIth my first pregnancy I had no breast tenderness, in fact I wasn't even able to nurse my baby after she was born because there was no milk either. With my current pregnancy I had extremely sore breasts the first 5-6 weeks which have now subsided and according to my last u/s I'm still pregnant.
I guess for me the s/s come and go. Maybe perhaps your body gets used to the increasing level of hormones? Just a thought.
I recently had a miscarriage and found out I am pregnant again. I am about 5 weeks and 3 days amd have mo symptoms. I just found out my progesterone level is only 15 and I have had light spotting the last 4 days. Whe i wasn't pregnant my progesterone was 14. i just started progesterone supplements but I am ver nervous that I will lose this baby too. Should I be very concerned with these numbers?
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