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Loss of all pregnancy symptoms...

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Lillylou22 Tue 20-Sep-16 19:35:26

Hey everyone

Not been here too long and just looking for a bit of advice / reassurance.
I am 5 weeks today but for the last week I have lost any symptoms I had. Sore boobs are back to normal and I feel full of energy! Have had two previous MMC both started with something similar (looking back). Had a healthy baby girl after this but had a "text book" pregnancy, whatever that is haha

Today I got the worst migraine to which has also convinced me it my hormone levels dropping sad
This happened to anyone else and been okay ?

Thanks !

Dixiechick17 Tue 20-Sep-16 20:54:50

My symptoms used to come and go, although I only had tiredness and sore boobs, but I remember at eight weeks my boobs were all of a sudden fine and I was so worried that I took another pregnancy test, was the first since my bfp and all was fine. My DD is now 15 months. I used to also get really bad headaches once a few times a month which seemed to be when I had a hormone surge or when my DD had a growth spurt, I only guess this though as used to time with when my bump got bigger in later stages. Hope all is ok x

Nikki2ol6 Wed 21-Sep-16 06:50:07

Have you taken another test? My sisters miscarriage started this way at 7 weeks and she took another test and it came out negative !! Her bleeding began the next day. So when it happened to me at 9 weeks I took a test which came out with a strong line still. I carried a healthy baby to term.

Chinnygirl Wed 21-Sep-16 06:59:38

7 weeks here. Symptoms come and go. HCG levels were too low so ultrasound at 6 weeks. Told me it wasnt growing and that I would start bleeding soon. Didn't happen so ultrasound at 7 weeks. The thing grew like ten times what is was but still not sure if everything is ok. Didn't have any symptoms last week but it gree like craxy anyway. Have a headache now. You really don't know how a pregnancy is going till the bub is born I guess. Best to try to relax. Either it's staying or it isn't.

Lillylou22 Wed 21-Sep-16 07:32:26

Took another clear blue digital late last night and it was saying 2-3 weeks which is 4-5 weeks according to the box so still a little unsure if that's okay or not !
Feeling a little lost today, not sure if I should ring the doctor/ EPU unit I'm not bleeding or anyThing so feel there is little they could do.

Hopefully I get some reassuring symptoms soon sad

LynseyH Wed 21-Sep-16 13:40:41

I wouldn't worry yourself at all, 5 weeks is extremely early to feel symptoms, they more commonly kick in after 6 wks.
Sore boobs will feel sore some days but not others, nausea and sickness can even feel better/worse on particular days. Enjoy the good days as the bad days suck!!
(I'm 19+5 with 4th baby).

user1473371143 Wed 21-Sep-16 15:36:05

My symptoms come and go still and I'm now 10 weeks. I wouldn't expect many symptoms at 5 weeks, think mine peaked at 7-8 weeks and began to fade from 9 onwards. I reckon you're ok but i would go to early pregnancy unit if you're that concerned. X

ClaireSunflower Wed 21-Sep-16 18:35:17

I am 5w3d and feel exactly the same. I got my bfp at 3w6d and was feeling sick, sore boobs, cramps and now absolutely nothing. If I hadn't had a positive pregnancy test i would honestly have no idea I was pregnant. I felt a bit better when I did a Clearblue test that said 2-3 weeks last week and has since gone to 3+ so must mean hormone levels are rising. I've booked an early scan in 2 weeks to put my mind at ease because the lack of symptoms is really worrying me!!

Lillylou22 Thu 22-Sep-16 08:27:30

It's horrible isn't it ClaireSunflower ! Feel like a crazy lady walking around grabbing my boobs every five minutes blush. Got a 3+ this morning too so hopefully everything is okay in their ! Going to ask for an early scan I think to put my mind as ease (for about half an hour)!

Thanks for all you ur kind words smile

Cantthinkofarelevsntnamechange Thu 22-Sep-16 10:54:38

So far this pregnancy I've Googled "loss of pregnancy symptoms at 5 weeks"
"Loss of pregnancy symptoms at 9 weeks"
Etc etc, symptoms can come and go I had none at 5 weeks my boobs practically deflated but am now 13 weeks and have had a scan and all is fine.

Lillylou22 Thu 22-Sep-16 14:05:34

That's it isn't it we all panic about the unknown. My mum today said that if it's going to work it will work and i just have to be wait and see, this is easier said than done !
Cannot wait to be past the first trimester (so I can panic and obsess about the next thing haha)

Kariana Thu 22-Sep-16 14:42:17

I'm sorry to hear about your 2 MMC. I don't know about your area but some offer the early scan as standard after 2 MC. Also if you contact the doctor they should definitely send you for the blood tests (where they check levels are doubling over 48 hours) so that could help put your mind at rest rather than waiting. Hope all is ok flowers

Lillylou22 Thu 22-Sep-16 17:31:10

Had a conversation with EPU today, they said that because I have had a successful pregnancy since my mc's they wouldn't usually offer early scans. She did say to phone back next week when I am a little further on and they would arrange a scan for me then. She was very helpful and reassuring but didn't want me to come for a scan just yet as it may cause more anxiety.
Fingers crossed everything goes okay next week!
The waiting is a nightmare! Wish I could relax and stop worrying about all the what if's.

Evergreen17 Fri 23-Sep-16 08:26:25

OP my symptoms completely disappeared and then sometimes they would come back and so on. I worried myself so much!!!!!
I am now 19 weeks and so far so good. All the "lack of symptoms can indicate miscarriage" is just another case of correlation vs causation of statistic data.
Everyone is different. Try not to worry but if you are chat to EPU.

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