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is this normal?

(8 Posts)
FluffyEwok Wed 05-Apr-17 12:47:43

7 weeks tomorrow. My symptoms are fluctuating a lot am worried confused
boobs intermittently sore but when I touch they're tender
feel full at times and nausea when hungry
but not peeing a lot of overly tired and I'm usually a tired person. I'm having a scan next Thursday I'll be 8 weeks but I'm terrified

Lemondrop09 Wed 05-Apr-17 12:51:35

Yes it's very normal. Mine could subside for a day or two, scare the life out of me, then come back with a vengeance. Try and enjoy not feeling sick because it peopbably won't last!

FrenchFrys Wed 05-Apr-17 12:53:49

I was going to suggest an early scan but can see you are booked in. Can you contact your EPU? Mine was really good when my symptoms stopped at 13 weeks (we hadn't had a 12 week scan at this point) and let me come in for a checkup and they scanned me. I'm not really sure what to suggest as I never really had an early pregnancy as we didn't find out till 11 weeks. Hopefully someone more helpful will be along shortly flowers

FluffyEwok Wed 05-Apr-17 12:54:45

I'm having symptoms but they're mild but suppose that's not bad? no bleeding or pain

Stickaforkinimdone Wed 05-Apr-17 13:00:18

OP symptoms don't always mean anything-my first pregnancy (2.5yr old now running around causing mayhem) I had no symptoms at all, literally nothing! Other than a positive test and developing a bump I would have had no clue I was pregnant until I started feeling him move

This time round I have a few symptoms but nothing major. Pregnancy really does come in all sorts of packages-it's so hard to not worry at this early stage but other than keeping yourself healthy it really is totally out of your hands and you just have to wait

Very best of luck for your scan next week smile

FluffyEwok Wed 05-Apr-17 14:38:27

thanks I'm.pcos so I don't know if that makes a difference? it may actually be levelling my symptoms

user1471433387 Wed 05-Apr-17 16:17:32

Not sure about the PCOS aspect but my symptoms have come and gone throughout my pregnancy. Remember every pregnancy is different (and I feel every day is different!). I never had a problem with frequent urination either. No bleeding or pain are good things.

I was scanned at around 8 weeks and it was one of the best moments ever seeing the heartbeat flickering on the screen - very reassuring! You only have a week to wait.

TokyoSubway Wed 05-Apr-17 19:24:03

symptoms honestly do come and go, it can freak you out but honestly it's not an accurate measure of how the baby is. any bleeding or heavy cramping, go to epu. hopefully not

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