breast tenderness headaces and nausea back pain moodswings
ok i think i am 4 weeks along because my breast have been really sore and every now and then i have a throbbing pain in both breast.also i have been having light headaches. and a normal day at work my back hurts really bad but i dont have any morning sickness but i have been snapping and feeling sad all of a sudden this is really weird of me. i was wondering if any one feels this way during week 4 of pregnancy i am verry worried
its completely normal to have these symptoms while pregnant, they will fluctuate throughout the 9months i can definatly tell you that! my midwife told me headaches will be worse in the first trimester because of the hormones and your blood ciculating faster, my headaches arent as badand my bbsdont throb they just itch! google pregnancysymptoms and there be a list through the stages of your pregnancy :)
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