Why Your Breasts Get So Big And Sore During Pregnancy
Sore Boobs? Here's why
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Why do your breasts get so big and sore during pregnancy?

Why Your Breasts Get So Big And Sore During Pregnancy
Sore Boobs? Here’S Why

Why do your breasts get so big and sore during pregnancy? ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
In early pregnancy, a bunch of stuff is happening to support your growing baby. You have lots of hormones rushing through your system, including progesterone and estrogen. ⁣⁣⁣
These hormones are causing your breasts to get bigger and that extreme soreness, ouch!⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
Your breasts will start to grow so that they can feed your baby. 🤱The fat layer in your breasts thickens and you grow more milk glands and blood flow increases to them. You might notice that they are more veiny than usual, that’s normal too!⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
Some women don’t experience these changes right away. Your breasts might not get bigger until the second or third trimesters! Everyone is different. They might not even be sore at all.☺️⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
Also, each day your symptoms might fluctuate. Your breasts might be super sore one day and you might feel nothing the next day. Please don’t worry, it’s totally normal for symptoms to come and go! Your body isn’t a machine and your experience might be totally different from other people’s, so don’t compare!⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣

Once your baby is born and it’s time to start feeding, you’ll definitely notice tons of changes to your breasts! They will likely grow a lot and feel heavier and sorer once your milk starts to come in.⁣

Did your boobs change in size during pregnancy?

Were they sore? ⁣⁣⁣

Originally posted 2021-04-27 21:34:02.


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  1. Hi, been breastfeeding for almost 15 months now, the breast become so saggy , loose and tiny. Could anyone please suggest what to do? Please

  2. That’s how I figured out I was pregnant. My boobs got sore and bigger. By 4 months pregnant, I went from an A cup to a D.

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  4. I’m in the first trimester now and some days they are SO sore. They’ve already grown so much close friends have even commented on it 😂

  5. My milk never came in but my boobs did get bigger and 4 months postpartum they never went back to prepregnancy size unfortunately

  6. I have naturally big boobs anywyas 34/36 DD usually, I haven’t experienced any growth! My back band Seems tighter but cup size the same, nipples darker and boobs practically see through 🙄! I am wondering if they will suddenly sprout when milk comes at the end 😂 dreading the size of them XXX

  7. I actually lost breast mass in my 1st trimester. I just hit 28 weeks so maybe I’ll start to see a difference. I grew at least a cup size during my 1st pregnancy and then some when I started breastfeeding. It’s so true that every pregnancy is different.♥️

  8. Some days I was sore during pregnancy but They didn’t change until right after delivery. I could not stand any bra until my baby was about 4 months so it was my nursing pads and my t-shirt only.
    Is not like I want my breast to come back to my 32C-34B but what am I going to do with all my nice old bras 🙍🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️😬

  9. Mine didn’t change at all until my milk came in postpartum so that was a big adjustment in a short amount of time.

  10. My boobs didn’t change in size during pregnancy or after baby, but maybe that’s because they’re so big? 🤷🏼‍♀️ I’m a 34H. But I did get stabbing pain in my nipples throughout pregnancy. That was awful.

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