== Larger breasts== I am 35 weeks pregnant. During the first trimester my breasts were really sore. I still noticed that my Bras were becoming too small and uncomfortable. Right about the 15th week I went ahead and bought a new bra because, like I said, my old ones were too small. The size I have now has lasted me pretty much my whole pregnancy, but I was told as soon as the milk comes in, your breasts will become even larger! Two nice supported bras with padding have gotten me through this.
Normally the breasts leak after the baby is born but they can leak a little toward the end of pregnancy.
for me, my skin itched when my skin really began to stretch....at about 6 months pregnant
they will get larger
When girls hit puberty, estrogen is released into the body and the breasts begin to grow. This tends to coincide with the beginning of menstruation. As the breasts grow, the milk ducts in them increase in size, causing the breasts to expand at the nipple. Then the breast tissue itself expands. During pregnancy, the hormone progesterone readies the breasts to produce milk. The breasts grow larger due to additional fat and swollen milk glands.
Later on during pregnancy usually right around your due date you will begin to lactate
Some women do not get tender breasts at all. In my first pregnancy my breasts were so tender about 3 days after my missed period that I couldn't bewar them being touched, in my second I had no breast symptoms whatsoever.
I am not aware this is a symptom. However, shortly before giving birth, your breasts will start producing cholestrum and that may cause some firmness.
The way in which a woman's body changes during pregnancy begins in the first trimester. Her breasts will grow and she will begin to gain weight. Throughout her pregnancy, her stomach will increase in size to accommodate the growing baby and she may get stretch marks. Near the end of her pregnancy, her ankles may swell due to water retention.
During sexual intercourse usually.
Not usually no, as the changes to the breasts usually begin further into the pregnancy,.. the earliest breast changes are known to begin is 3 months. but then, this can be brought forward if its a second or 3rd pregnancy.
Yur "baby belly" wont appear until the first few months during pregnancy. :)