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is it normal for symptoms to come and go? 5+3

(9 Posts)
Nevlet Thu 07-Jan-16 08:25:25

Morning,
Probably panicking over nothing. Have woken up today and am much less tired despite poor nights sleep and boobs less sore. Is this ok? Should I be worried?

Mslg Thu 07-Jan-16 11:30:09

Yes I think it's normal. Mine have been coming and going as well. I'm 9+3 and have found that some days I'll be nauseous all day, others for half the day, others not sick at all. My boobs haven't been particularly sore but the nipples have been tender and less so on some days than others. Same with my constipation and bloating, some days worse than others!

Try not to worry dear, I think it's normal!

KnitsBakesAndReads Thu 07-Jan-16 11:37:06

Definitely normal! I'm 27 weeks now and I worried myself silly in the early weeks as symptoms (sore boobs, nausea, tiredness etc) seemed to come and go all the time. I wasn't really reassured until my 12 week scan showed everything was fine. It's difficult, but try not to worry, what you've described sounds totally normal.

Runner05 Thu 07-Jan-16 11:46:20

Yep, I'm 6+4 and it's definitely normal... Well that is until you hit morning sickness. I wish that bloody one would bugger off for a bit!

Nevlet Thu 07-Jan-16 11:51:44

Am hoping (perhaps naively) that as I have been having occasional bouts of feeling queast since 4 weeks if it was going to be bad it would have started...

Mslg Thu 07-Jan-16 11:54:06

Sorry OP but my MS (all day sickness rather) didn't start till I was 7 weeks. I thought I was out of the woods as well before then. It's horrible.

Nevlet Thu 07-Jan-16 11:58:49

Oh no that sounds horrible! That gives me another week and a half to eat... I can live with that !

Runner05 Thu 07-Jan-16 12:23:04

Mine started at six weeks. All day crippling queasiness. Sea bands help a little though. Good luck!

Btw, if you want to join a group TCC#1 grads is very welcoming and everyone is around the same stage as you smile

rosetintedspectacles Thu 07-Jan-16 15:35:33

Nevlet I could have written this post myself (in fact, it spurred me to just create an account and say 'hi' on the TTC#1 grads thread)!

I'm 5+2, and woke up this morning with boobs that are significantly less painful than they've been recently, and worried myself silly as boob pain was my first symptom and has been getting consistently stronger ever since 2/3 days post ovulation! I also had a bad night's sleep but felt less tired this morning that I had been for the past few days.

Everything I've read says symptoms coming and going is normal, but still, it's so hard not to worry isn't it? My symptoms definitely seem to get stronger throughout each day too- by the evening I'm absolutely wiped!

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