Hey, curious... my boobs felt like someone was punching them continuously and I had a periodic feeling of shooting, burning pain as though it were shooting directly through each nipple (it happened to each breast separately at different times of day) It was so bad I couldn't wear a bra. Now today, they're sore, but nothing like that. Anyone experience this random coming and going of breast pain?
Bumping in from 1 st tri. My bb's were unusually sore n very early..funny thing is about 4-5 days before my af they deflated n were no longer sore. Actually posted on here if culd be possible. Wasnt ttv but sooo had a feeling plus a few other odd symptoms kut of the norm like funny taste in mouth, itchy skin, canker sore etc.. had other sx too but not out of the norm for me but the boobs are what really tuned ne into it so when it went away i figured omg..cant believe i was wrong..must be an early month since the soreness/fullness never go that ling before AF..usually a day ir two before. Then 2 days before af i wike up to horribly sore boobs and fullness was back! At that point i knew cuz that never happens. Tested that day an very very faint evap looking pos on walmart .88 cent test..took a first respinse the next day (about 10dpo) and a decent line..so yes, it can happen. Sorry for any typo's, on my phone
The first couple days after ovulation, had the same feeling as you in my bbs. It went away after a couple of days. Around the time that af should come, my bbs hurt less than they usually do and my nipples were just tingly. It evolved to shooting pain for 2 days, then 2 days nothing, and then very sore nipples. I found out ibwas pregnant in the time frame where my bbs didnt hurt. So i guess its common for symptoms to come and go
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