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Breasts tender for over a month, by pregnant!

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  • Breasts tender for over a month, by pregnant!

    So, I'm 22 and 100% not pregnant (yes, I'm sure) but my breasts have been unusually tender for a month now. I've been used to having tender breasts as my period approached, but the tenderness would subside at the end of my period. In the last month that hasn't happened. I'm a 32A (no kidding) and I often don't even wear a bra but I am noticeably more uncomfortable when I do. I also haven't gained any weight, if anything I've lost weight recently. Any advice? I've read a few articles that say breasts can grow sometimes in a woman's mid-20s but I don't know what to believe.
    Last edited by Kristen M. Day; 10-07-2017, 10:56 AM.

  • welcome Kristen!



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