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Question by  worker88 (7)

What does it mean for a pregnancy if you experience loss if breast tenderness?

My breasts quit being tender very suddenly.


Answer by  bananaboat (321)

It usually doesn't mean anything. I had that happen with my first pregnancy in the first trimester, and my daughter is now a healthy 2 year old.


Answer by  karebeer (429)

I believe that since you have loss breast tenderness you arent producing enough milk anymore! Maybe if the baby will nurse you may get the tenderness back! Or you could use a breast pump!


Answer by  Ali41 (1593)

It is not uncommon for breast tenderness to come and go throughout your pregnancy. Many women feel tenderness at the beginning of the pregnancy but none at the end.


Answer by  nnohure (155)

Breast tenderness early in a pregnancy is normal. However, tenderness seems to fade later in pregnancy due to the milk ducts become fuller and because of this, the breasts get bigger and the tenderness fades.


Answer by  amy92 (10)

This depends on how far along you are in your pregnancy. This could be a flunctuation in your hormone levels. Breast tenderness is common during early pregnancy. As you become further along in your pregnancy you may notice a loss of certain symptoms.


Answer by  amswplusone (652)

It means you're in luck, mostly. Loss of breast tenderness doesn't indicate any sort of problems for you or for the baby on it's own. Some women just go through a hormone shift and they no longer have the tenderness. Your milk is still probably coming in just fine. Consult a doctor if you lose feeling in your breasts, though.

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