Is it normal to have some breast tenderness and pain towards the end of your period? I'm on Day 6 of my period. I'm pretty much just having dark brown spotting left - you know - old blood at end of period.
Is it normal to have some breast tenderness still towards the end of the period? Maybe even a little bit afterward?
Also - do you have an article about what's normal for breasts? I feel like I found it before but I haven't seen it since? Lol.
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My period came earlier this month... I think. By like a week. That's normal right?
I haven't necessarily been charting for too long. My May cycle was around 37 days. I feel like April was shorter than that. Not sure. I did take Plan B a couple of months ago at the end of May (you know the whole deal.. I posted about it before lol). Had a period after a 38 day cycle (July 1st being first day of period).
Then another period just recently (July 30) - so 30 day cycle.
Please keep in mind, however, that we are a sex ed site and do not dole out medical information--which is essentially what it sounds like you are seeking here. While we do aim to provide medically accurate information worldwide, we are not in any way meant to replace your doctors.
Please check in them for more specific answers to your questions.
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