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Symptoms easing at 10+5

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LouLou030783 Wed 02-Dec-15 20:09:10

I feel good today no sickness not overly tired feeling pretty good tbh, haven't been sick in 2 days part of me is thinking woohoo worst part is over but the other part is thinking oh no maybe this is not a good sign

strawberryandaflake Thu 03-Dec-15 17:33:24

Haha! You wait, you will get days like that and it will come back with a vengeance. Especially the fatigue. Enjoy it while you can xx

Missdee2014 Thu 03-Dec-15 18:41:32

In my experience quite normal for symptoms to lighten up at that stage - I'm sure I posted a similar thread about 14 weeks ago. Sure all will be fine, enjoy it while it lasts.

kaymondo Thu 03-Dec-15 19:14:48

I had a private scan on Monday at 10+4 for precisely this reason - suddenly felt much better and that made me paranoid, especially after a previous MC. My consultant said it's perfectly normal for symptoms to ease off at this stage and it's okay to feel okay. Know it doesn't stop the worrying though!

GoApeShit Thu 03-Dec-15 19:18:08

I also had a private scan at 10 weeks because my symptoms vanished. Was shitting myself, but all was fine. I think it's really common for symptoms to ease at this stage.

29redshoes Thu 03-Dec-15 19:44:50

That happened to me...then the symptoms came back again around week 11!! Now 17 weeks and feeling loads better.

It's hard not to worry - if you're already 10+4 though hopefully you don't have long to wait until the twelve week scan?

LouLou030783 Thu 03-Dec-15 19:47:22

My scan is on 15th Dec so not too long although it does feel a lifetime lol xx

LouLou030783 Mon 07-Dec-15 06:36:16

Ha ladies I spoke too soon 5 days of feeling better then sickness came back Saturday hmm

Missdee2014 Mon 07-Dec-15 21:20:12

Glad to hear ur sickness is back smile in the sense that it will reassure you lol

LouLou030783 Mon 07-Dec-15 21:32:54

Lol I was so enjoying feeling good tho xx

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