My boobs have been hurting ever since I ovulated; constant non-stop all the way through this first 9 weeks of pregnancy. In the last few days, I've noticed a decrease in the sensitivity and tenderness of them. Just wondering when anybody else's quit hurting?? I know they say most of those symptoms subside in the 2nd tri, maybe I'm just a lucky one who got out of it early, but of course I'm worrying about it
Hey, just popped over from 2nd tri. Mine seemed to only get those pains occasionally from around 10 weeks and on. Sometimes they'd be fine then all of a sudden a sharp pain in them. I barely get them now and haven't gotten it much since 12 weeks - just on rare occasion.
Mine are just easing off, but last time they were gone by 8 weeks except for the occasional nipple pain. I do notice that the ache comes and goes and is worse/better depending on the bra I have on and how warm it is amongst other things!
I always found the worst was being at work before others knew I was pg, having the pain and ur brain tells you to reach for what's hurting.... Part way there I'd have to stop and make it look like I wasn't grabbing a boob - the secret for me was putting pressure using my elbow - a gf also did this too. Not like u wanna shove ur hand in and try to "fix" the hurt.... LOL
mine started to ease off in the last few days..... during the daytime they are rearely tender. but when i wake in the middle of the night they are more sore, and in the AM my nipples if touched are SUPER tender.
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