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8 weeks and symptoms stopping

(5 Posts)
Snook99 Wed 26-Mar-14 20:57:33

I have seen a few threads similar but they have all stopped symptoms around 10 weeks but my boobs still hurt and that's it sec was uncomfortable a week or two ago but fine today it think strong smells maybe re-appearing but maybe I'm just looking for something. There hasn't been any blood though, I've got midwife on the 8th and first scan on 24th should I just wait or should I make an earlier appointment? Sorry to be a worrier!!! X

Missingcaffeine Wed 26-Mar-14 21:11:48

My symptoms stopped suddenly and completely at around 9 weeks after being really really sick and feeling awful daily since 5+4, and I was so worried I went for a private scan. Everything was fine.
When I just had my dating scan at 12 weeks, it turned out I was actually closer to 14 weeks, so my dates were quite out. Perhaps this is the case for you?
Try not to worry if you've not had any bleeding, statically the chances are all is still well. Good luck.

mylittlemonkey Wed 26-Mar-14 21:17:28

my symptoms would come and go with both my pgs so does not necessarily mean there is something wrong. You will always worry though, I think that's mother nature getting you ready for motherhood!

Snook99 Wed 26-Mar-14 21:18:50

Thank you that's what I needed to hear! I was getting positives early before I was due on, so that's what I'm hoping the case is I don't feel unwell and no stomach cramps I MC just before Christmas so think I'm just being a tad bit paranoid x

Snook99 Wed 26-Mar-14 21:20:17

Oh lovely little monkey as if this isn't scary enough!!! Everytime I go for a wee (always check there's no blood) it gets more and more real! Scary!!! X

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