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6+4 and hardly any symptoms(15 Posts)
I'm 6 weeks 4 days and I have absolutely hardly any symptoms of pregnancy.
I've been abit tired and had a little bit of feeling sick.
So worried. This is the first time I've seen a heartbeat after 6 pregnancy losses.
Did anyone else have hardly any symptoms ?
Me!! Although I will say I have more symptoms now I'm 11 weeks and was sick for the first time this week. I had an early scan at 8 weeks to check I really was pregnant!
It's scary I know, but there are plenty of us on this forum who are in the same boat. The countdown to the dating scan is a long one though!
I hope this gives you some reassurance - it's understandable why you feel anxious. X
I'm 5w3d and hardly any symptoms as well. I wouldn't worry but I've had 2 mc in the past year. I know it's still early so maybe it just hasn't hit yet. I had two easy pregnancies in 2004 and 2011 so I'm not sure why I'm having such a hard time now. Hopefully the symptoms come soon!
Me, 6+2 and very little. Boobs a bit bigger. Occasional days with crampy tummy. Tiniest but burpy. Nothing else!
I very few symptoms. Didn’t get sick, got slightly tired in the evenings in the first trimester. I now have a newborn
15w, hardly had any symptoms. Slight nausea but tired/drained more than I gave myself credit for at the time.
It was a bit of a 'woah' moment in the scan that there was something in there!
Really sorry about your losses. I've had minimal symptoms all the way through so far and I'm now over halfway through (20+4). It made me really anxious at first but I think it's more common than you realise, we just hear more about the negative symptoms. Someone told me to "focus only on what you can control" and I found this oddly comforting. Best wishes for your pregnancy!
I didn't even know I was pregnant with my daughter until I was 7 weeks and I thought coffee smelt weird. That was literally the only symptom as I thought I had my period too. I have a friend who is 19weeks her tummy is still almost flat and she has 0 symptoms apart from being tired. Every pregnancy is different
Try not too worry about it too much x
Hi @lenny12345 I an currently 13 weeks and had no symptoms and actually was feeling really well compared to normal until 8 weeks when I started having nausea all day and night, it's easing a little now but still feel sick in the evenings and extremely tired.
Hope everything works out well for you.
I'm almost 11 weeks and hardly had any symptoms. Sore boobs on and off and being tired more but if I didn't know I was pregnant I wouldn't really think much of it. I was the same with DS and feel really lucky I didn't have a horrible time of it
I had only tiredness and no symptoms until 7 weeks and the nausea has hit me like a bus - there's still time yet
I’m 7 weeks and was fine apart from tiredness up until this week - sickness and nausea has kicked in but feeling better today. I almost was sick in Tesco when I smelt the cooked chickens! I do think there will just be some days where you feel something, others not. Try not to worry.
Thanks everyone. I guess I'm just extra nervous because of my history. This little baby is wanted so much.
Praying all will be fine. Only another week or so to wait till my second scan! Hopefully it will reassure me again then.
@lenny12345 me too! I'm 6 +3 with a history of loss also. I actually got referred to the EPU for a scan tomorrow as I've had some brown discharge, which I'm 100% is just old blood making its way out from somewhere, but the anxiety of wondering "is this going to end?" is proving too much. This is made worse by the fact my symptoms seem completely non-existent! I have had some cramping, and some heaviness in my boobs, but nothing major. Between weeks 3-5 I was constantly starving, and now I'm not really hungry much at all. I have been slowly getting through my supply of tests to reassure myself that I am indeed pregnant has been mildly comforting, especially seeing the number of weeks on the CB digitals increase and stay in the 3+ range.
I'm not even sure what they'll be able to see tomorrow to be honest, but knowing that I am definitely pregnant and having them tell me everything is fine might put my mind at ease somewhat.
So many women talk about symptoms it almost feels like a rite of passage to experience them in your first trimester, but no-one really talks about what if you're one of those women who doesn't get them.
For my pregnancies about 7 weeks was when symptoms really started kicking in. Here’s hoping that you post back at the weekend with your head in the toilet!