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Breast soreness

I'm 6 weeks pregnant.   I have breast implants and really don't have alot of soreness.  I'm trying to find out if this is normal with breast implants.
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Some women just don't have a lot of breast tenderness.  I don't think it has much to do with implants at all.
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I'm about 7 weeks pregnant and spotting brown blood. I have no cramps, just spotting. I found out I was pregnant at 4 weeks and was spotting (brown) blood then.  I've been to the doctor twice and have had 2 ultrasounds and blood work..  The last ultrasound was great, strong heartbeat and the blood work showed good levels.   I'm curious if anyone else has gone through this through this?   They tell me not to worry, but it's hard not to.
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Hi There Libbygirl,

My friend had the same thing happen to her, she bled right upto 3 months pregnant which started brown and went quite heavy, she was obviuolsy worried so got medical advice who advised her that sometimes this can happen in woman in the early stages, as long as it isnt followed by really bad cramping then i think you will be ok, but if your still stressing why dont you go back for a second apinion just to put your mind at rest.

Angie
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My friend also has breast implants and there was no problems whilst she was pregnant, her boobs did get bigger but she said they never gave her any pain, But everyone is different so i woulndt worry so much.

Angie
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