32 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi.... does the breast pain for all the women during this time... I'm 31 weeks

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Answer: Dear it actually depends on person to person. Some have it during third trimester and some during the first trimester. Even the weeks differ. Like I had it during 8th month and did not had any pain after that. So if you are having it normal and if you are not having it then also do not worry very soon your will have. Hope it helps.
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    Chandrika Priyadharsini119 days ago

    Thank you

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