Just have a question....did your nipples get sensitive whilst you were breastfeeding and is that how you knew you were pregnant ?
I dont know if i am...but have a feeling i might be. its been a month since AF, my nipples sensitive, i feel a bit off and sick after eating, feeling more tired than usual and sensitive to smells. Kind of hoping im not cos i have a 10 month old and return to work on Monday after 11months of maternity leave...this would be a total surprise!! i guess i just have to wait two weeks to be sure.
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10-05-2014 16:46 #1
Who got pregnant whilst breastfeeding?
10-05-2014 16:54 #2
I have gotten pregnant 3 times whilst breastfeeding and the first time I felt sensitive nipples and got a bit 'suss', but the other two times I only knew I was pregnant because of a missed AF and then the sensitive nipples and the morning sickness down the track.
All the symptoms you're you're experiencing now, are all the ones I had as early pregnancy symptoms, so you may well be pregnant.
10-05-2014 17:18 #3
I did and am 19+3 weeks. I have just started experiencing nipple tenderness/sensitivity in the last week and it was an early symptom last time.
10-05-2014 17:41 #4
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10-05-2014 18:25 #5
10-05-2014 18:34 #6
I did get pregnant while I was still breastfeeding but I found out pretty early before any symptoms. I stopped breastfeeding a few months later due to sensitive nipples though!
10-05-2014 18:35 #7
Twice for meas well, I think I have bulletproof nipples, as I had no discernible changes there!
10-05-2014 18:37 #8
I did once and didn't outwardly notice any difference. Only thing was that dd started fussing BIG time
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10-05-2014 18:39 #9
Me and yes but sensitive is an understatement. They really hurt! And ds went on a feeding strike which I later found out was probably because the taste can change when your pregnant
10-05-2014 18:39 #10
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