Every single pregnant woman I know, the first thing they noticed about their pregnancy was that their boobs got bigger. I'm now 19weeks and mine are exactly the same size they've been for years prior to my pregnancy. Now they were never small (my cup size is 34DD) but is it weird that they haven't grown? does it mean there's gonna be something wrong with milk production? Will they be growing when I give birth and start breast feeding?
Sorry if the question is weird...but I really have no clue
i'm 20 weeks pregnant today and my boobs are the same size they were before i became pregnant but that also happened during my last pregnancy my boobs didnt start growing until i was nearly 7 months along, my milk production was good so i dont think it will affect you but maybe talk to your MW.
I've been wondering this too! Considering my first clue that I was pregnant was mega-sore boobs (which I never normally get) I was expecting a growth spurt. I was a 32C before pregnancy, and if anything, could maybe do with a 34 instead now as they're a bit tight around the rib cage, but am still just in my C cup bras.
Glad I'm not the only one!
thanks girls, I'm glad I'm not alone. Mine were super sore at the early stages of pregnancy but now they're good. They seem to be rounder but not bigger. As long as milk production and all is fine, I guess I won't worry. I really do NOT want them to be bigger anyway, lol!
Most of my friends whose boobs got bigger were much smaller than me normally (between A to C cups). I called my mom (from whom I inherited the big breasts) last night too and she said hers never really grew either until she gave birth....*sigh of relief*
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