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boobs not hurting anymore? misscarige?

My boobs felt full itchy and nipples were so sore I didn't want to move when I 1st found out now a week later at 5 weeks they arnt as full and my nips only hurt a little am I going to lose my baby!
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Don't worry they just don't feel sore from time to time nothing to be alarmed it's completely normal
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That doesn't mean that! Symptoms come and go...that happened to me I had a bunch of symptoms and then all of a sudden for like 2 weeks straight I had none and then would have some for a couple days and it would go away...I am now 15 weeks and my only symptom other than no period is the intense cravings. With my first pregnancy I misscaried and I never lost my symptoms until after the babies (it was twins) passed. My doctor told me that was noreal because my body still Thot I was pregnant even though the babies weren't alive. And through the entire pregnancy so far my boobs have yet to be sore. I do have a bigger chest than most so I always just Thot that was the reason. Everyone is different tho so even if that has happened to someone else and they miscarried doesn't mean it will happen to you
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Your breast and the tenderness have nothing to do with you miscarriaging. I never heard that before.  I am 11 weeks and when i was 5 they  hurt  So bad than at 7 weeks it stop now again they hurt. It all depends
Don't worry
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My breast never felt full or hurt, my nipples hurt but not all the time. So I wouldn't worry.
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