Fibrocystic Breast Condition

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hello - May 9

h__lo, i was wondering if anyone with fibrycystic br___t condition can tell me about their experience with pregnancy. since br___ts are sore and painful most of the time, what happened when you got pregnant?

 

Claudia - May 9

What is fibrocystic b___st condition? Thanks.

 

hello - May 9

it is when your b___sts are painful and sore before and after your period, and not only during pms. my b___sts are sore all the time - it helps not wearing a bra! some women also have lumpy sore b___sts, but all the lumps are non cancerous.

 

Claudia - May 9

Can this condition cause veins to appear on b___sts?

 

hello - May 10

not as far as i know

 

kim - May 10

what is that

 

hello - May 10

as state above it is a condition where the b___sts are sore most of the time and not only during pms. some women can have lumpy b___sts instead or in combination with being sore. I was just wondering if there is anyone else out there with this condition and how their b___sts reacted to pregnancy.

 

Kesha - May 10

I would love to know also cuz my doctor told me that i had that.....cuz i found a lump that was so painful but it was nothing to worry about...

 

hello - May 10

so anybody out there who had the experience?????

 

lumpy - May 10

Hello hello. Well I have the same condition (and also have been to Dr to have a lump checked out). I have been pg once but m/c in 1st trimester at about 5 weeks, My bbs were v painful all over (achy) but also nipples very sensitive. Hope this helps

 

A - May 10

i have had this condution for a few years and have a 5 year old and am now pregnant with baby #2, it is true that your b___sts will become more achy and sensitive, more than someone who is pregnant without this condition... my doctor suggested that i wear a sports bra at night during pregnancy to help give some extra support while sleeping... and it does help a little

 

hello - May 10

thank you for your responses, that helps. i was curious to what happens when you get pregnant - i am hoping to get pregnant soon and was not sure if I will see a difference in the pain/soreness (since that is usually an early sympton) or if it will be even more intense. So now i know what to look out for - thank you again. also, i have also heard that wearing a bra will minimize the pain, but for me the opposite works - i can't stand wearing a bra - but i guess what works for one will not always work for others - good luck with your pregnancy!

 

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