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I don't feel pregnant?!

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sjd114 Fri 24-Jul-15 16:02:22

Hi everyone!

I'm 7 weeks pregnant today, but when I did my tests etc, at 4ish weeks until about 6 weeks I felt sick, very tired, period type pains (no blood) but all of a sudden, for a few days I've been really panicking. I just don't feel pregnant! I've got my booking appointment with the midwife on the 11th Aug so not long to wait! But I'm actually going out to buy another test. It's my first & it took us a long time to get pregnant, so really want everything to be ok

Any advice is greatly appreciated smile
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sjd114 Fri 24-Jul-15 16:04:18

I also realise how silly this may sound!!!

EdgarAllenPoe Fri 24-Jul-15 16:42:37

It's normal, symptoms come and go. I was never sick and only nauseous a few times during the first trimester. Had my tired days and my wide awak days with no obvious pattern to them. Turned up at my 12 week scan wondering if there was even anything in there. There was! Totally normal and be happy you aren't being sick.

Congrats too!

scatterbrainedlass Sat 25-Jul-15 13:54:17

Totally normal, apart from knowing in my head and having had some cramping, by my 8 week MW appt nothing had really changed for me. I had a bit of nausea around the 12 wk mark for a couple of weeks, but I was over 14 weeks before I got even a hint of a bump, and even then I would 'forget' sometimes that I was pregnant. When your belly gets big enough to be in the way and the baby keeps kicking to remind you that it's there, it's not so easy to forget then! Just enjoy as much of it as you can. 9 months is a long time, and sometimes it feels like I've got so long to wait, but when I look back it seems so long ago that we were trying and we got the BFP, it does go quickly.

madsaz76 Sat 25-Jul-15 14:33:30

Most days neither do I. Even when my symptoms kick in its easy to just think you're a bit under the weather. My scan is next week - I think seeing the beansprout will help.

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