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YOKEFLEET Wed 26-Jan-05 14:09:08

I am 5 weeks pg with my 1st pg, but I feel like I can't get excited as its too soon,
I haven't felt sick yet but my mouth is constantly watering
My AF weren't that regular before averaging 4-6 weeks but I have felt for a week like I was due to start
I am p'ing a lot but am drinking more water anyway
I don't have much of an appetite at all since finding out,
I have had stomach ache on my right side a couple of times.
Everytime I go to the loo, keep checking for bleeding.
Is this normal?? any info would b helpful?

colditzmum Wed 26-Jan-05 14:11:21

All sounds pretty normal to me, Yokefleet.

Welcolm to mumsnet, now you will never escape, WWWOOOOOOHAHAHahaha.....

No, please don't run off, we aren't all as daft as me.......

Amanda3266 Wed 26-Jan-05 14:14:31

Congratulations - don't worry - you're quite normal. I used to do the checking thing too.
The stomach ache is probably just changes occurring in the womb and extra peeing is a sign of pregnancy.
Have to say that beyond that I had no symptoms so don't worry if you don't feel sick.
Congratulations again - by the way - this site is great for chatting to other pregnant MUms and also those no longer pregnant but coping with the fun and games that motherhood brings.

Mandy

nnosam Wed 26-Jan-05 14:17:51

congratulations......
feeling like not eating is nerves, however you do need to eat.
p'ing and drinking a lot is the norm too.
the stomach ache you might want to mention to a doctor, just in case.
and as you i kept checking for bleeding too, infact i did it right up till i had my ds.
try to chill, get the stomach ache cheaked, here in gloucester we dont see the m/wife till we're 12 weeks, but i would still get it cheacked.
just dont get worked up about any thing.

Amanda3266 Wed 26-Jan-05 14:22:26

Just to say I had the tummy ache thing too AND a constant feeling that I was about to start a period.

YOKEFLEET Wed 26-Jan-05 15:52:25

Thanks for your replies, I feel a better then I did.

dinosaur Wed 26-Jan-05 15:54:04

All sounds very normal to me too Yokefleet. (I've had three DSs.)

Are you from there?

YOKEFLEET Wed 26-Jan-05 16:04:09

Used to be, do you know it?

dinosaur Thu 24-Feb-05 12:18:07

Yes, went to school near there (in Howden).

YOKEFLEET Thu 24-Feb-05 12:21:12

I used to go to Howden Secondry School. That seems like a lifetime ago!!!

dinosaur Thu 24-Feb-05 12:22:09

It is nearly a lifetime ago in my case (I'm going to be 40 this year!).

I left in 1983. How about you?

bundle Thu 24-Feb-05 12:23:51

dino i'm 40 this year, are you doing anything nice?

dinosaur Thu 24-Feb-05 12:25:07

Well, I think I'm going to go away with DH and the boys (it's in half-term week) although we haven't booked anything yet.

I'll have a party later in the year when we get our cellar conversion finished. That's the plan anyway.

What about you bundle?

bundle Thu 24-Feb-05 12:27:09

dh has arranged for my parents to come & stay, probably so we can go to a hotel (though he hasn't mentioned this) and may have a party later on (my bday is 1 april,so soon!)

do tell re: your cellar conversion, we thought about having ours done but the quotes varied enormously and weren't convinced enough that we'd recoup the investment if we sold. (sorry for hijack, yokefleet)

YOKEFLEET Thu 24-Feb-05 12:28:44

I left in 1993, but only moved out of the area 2yrs ago.

dinosaur Thu 24-Feb-05 12:29:55

Ooh you young thing. Well, at least we can't "out" each other on mumsnet anyway.

I moved to London after university and have been here ever since. Still go back to visit as my sis lives in Howden and my parents still have a house there.

dinosaur Thu 24-Feb-05 12:31:27

Bundle - do you want to CAT me? Feel a bit embarrassed about discussing sums involved in cellar conversion (a lot, in our case).

bundle Thu 24-Feb-05 13:16:10

have CAT you

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