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Yeah - it's pretty normal but if it never stops before the next period starts you may want to discuss it with a doctor.

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Q: Is it normal for breasts to hurt after period?
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What does it mean when your Titties hurt?

My guess is that this is just before your period and that is normal for your breasts to hurt. If this is not true go see a doctor if it continues much longer.

Do your breasts hurt and get big before you get your period?


Why does breasts hurt?

Your period may beggining or they are growing

What does it mean if your nipples?

If your nipples hurt or you have tender breasts it just means that your boobs are growing and you are getting ready to start your period or have your next period, in other words it is perfectly normal.

Can your breasts hurt if they are just growing?

Yes. As breasts grow, it is normal for them to be tender or a bit sore.

You are two days late you have a bit of period pain but no period also sore breasts is this normal?

it probaly is normal

If your breasts normally hurt from ovulation to your period now period is due in 3 days and it doesn't hurt is that a sign of pregnancy?

Impossible to say.

Is it normal to get your period but not even have a size AA breasts?


Are sore breasts before period is due is it too early for a pregnancy test?

Sore breasts before period is normal. If you miss your period, take a test

What does it mean when your breasts hurt and itch?

either your about to get your period or your boobs are about to grow

What does it mean if your breasts usually hurt 2 weeks before your period but they do not hurt at all this month?

It can just simply mean that you have less estrogen produced during this period and so your breasts will not feel tender. It is perfectly natural so don't worry.

Why do your breasts hurt before a period?

Breasts can become tender before menstruation as a result of hormonal imbalance, higher levels of estrogen can cause the ducts of the breasts to swell and become tender. This is a common symptom of menstruation but shouldn't be considered normal, it can be reduced by regulating hormones or if it continues you should talk to your doctor about the problem.