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15 weeks and no symptoms since week 8

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hartmel Sat 03-May-14 00:26:52

Should I be concerned? My doctor was gone the entire April month and I didn't get an appt till may 14. To see her.. So the last time I saw her was over 4 weeks ago.
I have no symptoms, don't feel pregnant at all except bump is getting bigger.. smile
It is my second and it is a totally different pregnancy then with my first.

I had a scan at 10 weeks and baby was ok.

MrsMonkeyBear Sat 03-May-14 05:39:50

My symptoms disappeared at 9-10 weeks too. Your placenta starts to take over at that point. I'm 15 weeks and feel fine apart from being a bit tired and bunged up. Apparently the second trimester is meant to be the easiest, but without the symptoms and my bump only looking like I've over eaten, I'm finding it tough. Roll on May 20th when I see my midwife and June 5th for my next scan.

Oh and remember ever pg is different so try not to compare too much to your first.

Hope this helps.

TestingTestingWonTooFree Sat 03-May-14 05:58:34

I'm 23 weeks and have barely had any symptoms at all; baby is fine. Enjoy it!

Ludways Sat 03-May-14 06:27:21

I early knew I was pg with ds, no symptoms other than at 21 weeks I suddenly started to have a bump. By 38 weeks I looked like a whale, lol
You don't need to see a doctor early on.
Being pg is a bit of an anti-climax during the first trimester as you have a bfp then nothing happens for ages.

Enjoy your symptom free pg!

hubbahubster Sat 03-May-14 08:33:44

I'm also on DC2 and have had a totally different pg this time. No symptoms other than bump and tiredness (which could come from having a toddler and a full-time job this time!). With DC1 I had strong food aversions, sore boobs, funny taste in mouth, awful swollen fingers and feet, you name it. I figure this is my pay-off and I'm enjoying every moment - I'm finally that pg woman with the neat bump instead of the knackered one who's stuffing her face constantly!

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