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Can't help worrying about lack of symptoms.

(11 Posts)
sweetiehuni Sun 22-Apr-18 18:27:28

I'm 6 weeks and 2 days pregnant with my first and I don't even have sore boobs. Nothing. Spots and greasy hair that's all I have noticed. I keep reading about symptoms associated with each week which isn't making me feel better. My friends keep asking me how I am, and I say I feel completely normal and they're shocked as they had all the symptoms.

Merryfeckingchristmas Sun 22-Apr-18 18:33:47

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Scotsmum2017 Sun 22-Apr-18 18:34:00

I never had any symptoms with either of mine, no morning sickness, no sore boobs. Everyone is different. Congratulations sweetiehuni flowers

Eminybob Sun 22-Apr-18 18:36:16

I could have written you post at 6 weeks.
It was pretty much bang on 7 weeks when I started with the morning sickness and sore boobs. I would give my eye teeth to go back to the no symptom days envy

NymanPerkins Sun 22-Apr-18 18:39:35

Two pregnancies here, never had a moment of nausea, no sore boobs, indigestion, piles, or anything. I was fit and healthy and had a physical job. Just be grateful!

Sylv2017 Sun 22-Apr-18 19:41:44

No symptoms... now 26 weeks and baby is kicking away! My mum kept reminding me that no period was a symptom in itself! Don't worry!

jamoncrumpets Sun 22-Apr-18 20:02:34

6 weeks is so early, give it a couple more!

SoyDora Sun 22-Apr-18 20:05:11

Sickness hit me like a bulldozer at around 7 weeks. Finally stopped throwing up the day the baby was born.

surreygirl1987 Sun 22-Apr-18 20:24:40

I had no symptons until 7-8 weeks although my breasts may have got a little bigger before then- hard to remember exactly.

Girlwiththearabstrap Sun 22-Apr-18 20:24:58

I've never had any symptoms apart from no period and growing a bump! Easier said than done but try and relax and enjoy feeling well. Hopefully it'll last 😊

sweetiehuni Sun 22-Apr-18 20:34:03

Thank you all thanks
I'm glad I'm not debilitated with symptoms, I just needed some reassurance as everyone around me keeps saying it's odd that I haven't which really isn't very supportive, so thank you to everyone who has replied as I feel allot better now 😊

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