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Q: Is it normal to have sore breasts during puberty?
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Is extremely sore breasts during early pregnancy normal?

yes, very normal


Why are your breasts sore?

Your boobs are sore because your still in puberty and they're STILL growing so they might be sore..ITS OK its normal for them to be that way! but also your boobs can be sore if you are but i would only worry about that if you are sexualy active


Why have you not had sore breasts before?

You haven't started puberty yet!


I am a young girl breasts hurt why?

if you have entered puberty, your breasts will usually be sore from time to time


What problems occur during puberty?

Some minor problems can be muscle stiffness, sore breasts (both occasionally) but nothing too serious.


Can you please tell me if having nausea migraines sore and growing breasts is normal during that time of the month?

Yes


If you gain weight is it normal for breasts to be sore?

Yes.


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.


What problems may you experience during puberty?

you can experience many type of problem during puberty such as breasts develop and may turn sore Also you can get teenager spots. this depends all on what type of person you are some people reach puberty very early whereas some might take very long.


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


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


Can you start out with sore breasts and then it just goes away around the 9th week?

For some women that is normal. And some never get sore breasts. It depends on the pregnancy and the women. If you are worried, talk to your doctor, but that is normal. The tenderness may come back also.