It is generally safe to continue breastfeeding while being pregnant, as long as you are healthy and have no complications. However, it is important to consult with your healthcare provider for personalized advice based on your specific situation. Breastfeeding during pregnancy may cause some changes in milk supply and taste, which can lead to the child self-weaning or reducing their intake naturally. Some women may experience nipple tenderness or discomfort during pregnancy due to hormonal changes, but this varies from person to person. If you experience any concerns or difficulties, seek guidance from a lactation consultant or healthcare professional who can provide support and suggestions tailored to your needs.