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boodles101 Sat 11-Jun-16 15:23:34

Hi I'm currently 9+5 and don't really have any pregnancy symptoms other than the lack of period and positive tests! I had sore boobs for a few days when I first found out but that has gone. They are a bit fuller but I wouldn't say bigger. I've only had 1 morning of feeling slightly queasy and threw up once which came out of nowhere. Apart from that I wouldn't really know I was pregnant! I know some might say I'm lucky but I'm worried that something is wrong or not progressing as it should be. I had an early miscarriage in Feb so I'm wondering if all this is normal after reading so many stories of women feeling horrendous! Is anyone else going through the same or have similar experiences? Or can just put my mind at rest? Thanks

DoubleCarrick Sat 11-Jun-16 15:33:00

I think its almost impossible to say. My first pregnancy I was sick as a dog for the whole thing. Friends said it was a good sign because it indicates a good level of hormones. I had a mmc.

This pregnancy I feel so much better. The morning sickness comes and goes but am functioning pretty well. I had a scan last week and everything is ok so far (10 weeks)

BorisIsBack Sat 11-Jun-16 16:00:04

My symptoms (all mild really) kicked in at 9 weeks and a bit and faded at 14 weeks. Enjoy it smile some women have no symptoms.

BendydickCuminsnatch Sat 11-Jun-16 16:03:34

I didn't have any either at all through the whole pregnancy, except lack of period and bad heartburn as the baby got bigger!

boodles101 Sat 11-Jun-16 16:07:34

OK so they could still kick i or I should just count myself lucky. My scan in on the 24th so I will just have to be positive until then! Thanks ladies

ladymelo Sat 11-Jun-16 18:23:30

I didn't have any symptoms (apart from no period) until about 16/17 weeks I didn't believe I was pregnant until the scan at 12 weeks!!

sepa Sat 11-Jun-16 20:12:37

Mine came and went. DD is asleep upstairs. I don't think it makes a difference.
Late pregnancy was horrendous so enjoy this part

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