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I’m 4.5 years post op VSG surgery. Down to 140 pounds from 357 pounds. My partner and I are TT , and I think I might be pregnant. I missed my period but just by one day so far. I know breast changes are usually the first sign, and mine feel a little different than usual and also are a bit swelled. but I’m wondering since I was so large and my breasts were stretched before, if I will really feel the changes/soreness that non-wls people have? I’m going to wait another day to test, but I’d love to hear some experiences about symptoms and what the first signs you had were! Thanks in advance 😊

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It varies with everyone and sore boobs will be sore even if they have changed due to weight loss etc. You can do a test it'll give you a result already.

I had unbearably sore boobs, extreme tiredness then at 7 weeks BAM! nausea 24/7 :)

Good luck xx

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On 12/14/2019 at 6:21 AM, xxjosettexx said:

I’m 4.5 years post op VSG surgery. Down to 140 pounds from 357 pounds. My partner and I are TT , and I think I might be pregnant. I missed my period but just by one day so far. I know breast changes are usually the first sign, and mine feel a little different than usual and also are a bit swelled. but I’m wondering since I was so large and my breasts were stretched before, if I will really feel the changes/soreness that non-wls people have? I’m going to wait another day to test, but I’d love to hear some experiences about symptoms and what the first signs you had were! Thanks in advance 😊

Give it at least a week before you do a test it can take a few days Just for the egg to be fertilized.

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My breasts were actually MORE sore with my pregnancy after weight loss. My first son I had at 19 and didn't notice much breast tenderness or soreness or even sensitivity but THIS time it happened early and very noticeable.

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