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No symptoms???

(11 Posts)
Mummytothearkbuilder Tue 21-May-13 08:30:46

Hi ladies

I know these types of messages appear regularly on here but I'm just after some advice.

I am 5-6 weeks pregnant and other than sore boobs and a bit of tiredness I feel the same as before I found out!! My boobs are only sore once I take my bra off at night??? Is that normal???

This is DC#2 so I feel like I should know the answers to these questions but we had a miscarriage in Feb so think I am extra nervous hmm I have a scan on Friday to confirm dates and I'm petrified.

Had anyone else had hardly any symptoms and things worked out fine x

MaryannM Tue 21-May-13 08:36:50

Hi, congratulations on your pregnancy :-).

I'm not sure if this will help or not, but I had absolutely no symptoms at a ll until about 10 weeks when morning sickness kicked in for me 24/7 for a number of weeks. I'm now 26 weeks, still not had sore boobs and my only symptom (other than a small bump) is tiredness.

Xxx

hedgehogpickle Tue 21-May-13 08:36:57

I had no symptoms except the ones you're describing at 5-6 weeks. Then the sickness and all day nausea kicked in at 7-8 weeks! DD now 4 months smile

I can understand your anxiety after your miscarriage (so sorry) but don't think it's unusual not to have any symptoms so early on. Glad you've got the scan which should hopefully reassure you and then just enjoy feeling well! smile

Mummytothearkbuilder Tue 21-May-13 08:48:37

Thanks ladies - the daft thing is I know I didn't get sickness with DS until about 10 weeks and then I wasn't actually sick just felt sick but can't seem to be rational after what happened in Feb!! I am hoping that we can see a heartbeat on Friday as think that will be reassuring for both me and DH.

I wish I could go back to the ignorance is bliss stage that I had when pregnant with DS - I didn't even contemplate anything going wrong when pregnant with him! X

LittleNightin Tue 21-May-13 08:49:57

Mummytothearkbuilder I was exactly like you but i had on/off bleeding too, was sure i had lost baby but last Monday had my 12wk scan & there was a very active peanut in there.x

Mummytothearkbuilder Tue 21-May-13 09:33:04

Thanks littlenightin and congrats on your 12 week scan!! I cannot wait to reach that point! Xx

Franykins Tue 21-May-13 11:52:33

I'm 12 weeks and the only symptoms I've had are sore boobs, slight cramping's and tiredness. Only been sick about 5 times in total. This is my first and I have my scan tomorrow so I'm hoping all is ok. My mum said she had hardly any symptoms with me or my sister.

alexeliza Tue 21-May-13 13:22:42

Hi ladies, I'm 5 weeks pg after ivf. I was terrified to do the test as I was so afraid it would be negative (like so many tests before). However it was positive so I'm over the moon.
I thought a positive test would make everything fine (no more worrying) but now I find myself obsessing over symptoms (or lack of!) even though I have read several other posts that they generally don't seem to arrive until later.... Is it really weird to kind of wish for morning sickness so you "feel" pregnant? The main symptom I seem to have had is feeling full really quickly and suffering in discomfit (too full!) for a couple of hours afterwards. No actual nausea, just full. Oh, and loads of burping confused (no one told me about that one!!!!)

Franykins Tue 21-May-13 14:04:45

Congratulations alexeliza Hope you get your symptoms soon smile

monsterchild Tue 21-May-13 14:09:07

OP I never had more than you are describing plus the odd smell intolerance. Throughout my pregnancy. I say that with my now 5 month old sleeping peacefully on my lap...

Mummytothearkbuilder Tue 21-May-13 17:53:34

Thanks ladies - really appreciate the reassurance!!

Alexeliza - I thought the same - that all worry would go once I got a positive test but I'm more anxious now than when we were ttc!! I know what you mean about feeling full - I'm so bloated for a couple of hours after dinner too!! X

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