Breast pain

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  • #85987
    Kaitlyn Bree

    Hi everyone!  I’m almost 7 months into my HRT so far and am absolutely loving the results.  I got an initial spurt of growth in my breasts, some fat distribution (hoping for more hips) and a generally calmer, more tolerant demeanor.

    My small A cup breasts are starting to show nicely…that being said, they are really sore.  I knew to expect the soreness around my nipples, and it seems normal, but I was wondering how long it lasts and if the severity lessens.

    It’s not terrible but is terribly noticeable 🙄

    Just curious, but so excited to be filling out my bras and dresses so much better❤️

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    • #87688

      I have to say that having been on HRT/Progesterone for 10 months that hugging, when allowed, is hard.  I can really feel it.


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    • #87644
      Tia Tracy

      Hi kaitlyn

      I am at 29 months and like Cloe wasted 12 months on other junk like P/M and such. so actually I am at 17 months and now a D’ shrinking to a C due to weight loss and I will tell you yes you will have the what I call the creepy aches and pains but I found rubbing them three times a day with (Coco Butter is what I use) eases it.

      A little further in your Trans process will reveal an even more incredible feeling of tightness and then movement ..  Stick with it girl.  The best is yet to come and in the immortal words of my female VA DR.  If they’re driving you nutz now, wait until they grow because that very pain means they are growing  ..  But to be safe please mention this to your Dr. and suggest a Mammogram as my Dr has (twice now) and all is good and normal. (after they smash your twins with the Mammogram machine that is)  giggling

      Huggz Tia

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    • #86122
      Miss Cloé

      I’m at 30 months total now, but discount the first 18 as a period of overly conservative prescription for my body.  I rarely felt anything then and had minimal budding.  I’ve since been switched to E injections, added progesterone and dropped the spiro altogether under my new docs care (she shadowed Dr Powers).  Now I’m a happy B, but still nothing more than some really strong achiness around a general ache most of the time and lots of itchy.  But I’ve never had anything I’d call pain unless Something smashed into me.


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