12 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I'm on ma 12th week ...I feel pain in areola nd nipple from d early stage of ma pregnancy...can anyone say the reason fa occurrence nd suggest a remedy to cum out of it

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Answer: The most important function of your breasts is to feed your baby after delivery. For this reason, your breasts are gradually prepared by your body during the pregnancy period. During pregnancy, milk-producing cells and milk-ducts are formed. This eventually causes an increase in the size of your breasts. It may be scary to know that more and more layers of fat begin to accumulate beneath your breasts as you progress into your pregnancy stage. Due to this, you will see a very visible change in both the size and shape of your breasts. Surprisingly, your breasts continue this process of growing to about a cup size in the initial three months of maternity. These combined factors ultimately cause a pain in the breast. Now that we have seen the various reasons and causes for the breast pain, let us check out how this pain can actually be tackled! Here are some simple ways to help you: 1. During your pregnancy, make sure you carefully choose your inner garments, especially your bra to make sure that they support your breasts properly. Keep a track of your breast size as you may see significant changes and accordingly get a new bra every time you feel the need for one. Some people even wear more than one bra, if they think that one is not sufficient.
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