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VERY early symptoms seem to have gone - any thoughts?

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loveverona Sun 27-Jul-08 20:28:35

Going a bit nuts here - 5.2 weeks pregnant. Had sickness and hunger a week BEFORE AF due, but it seems to have gone now. The thing is, I already have 2 dcs, so have experience of 2 textbook pregs (sickness started wk6-7), but also more recently 2 mcs. I'm just so worried that this one too isn't going to continue that I'm hyper-aware of every little twinge, pain, symptom i feel.

Just seems odd that i had some symptoms befor but now not, but I've never had anything that early before anyway. Oh God does that make any sense?!!!

lulu1414 Sun 27-Jul-08 21:00:21

My symptoms came and went. I also was really worried as had a mmc, but (knock wood) everything was fine and I am now 26 weeks. Supposedly it is really normal for symptoms to come and go.

whomovedmychocolate Sun 27-Jul-08 21:10:28

Yep completely normal, every pregnancy is different blah, blah, blah, you know all this. You will feel crap and sick tomorrow and then you'll be happier - sort of. Seriously, asymptomatic pregnancies are a blessing not a curse. Be happy that you aren't hugging the toilet bowl and sleeping while stirring your tea grin

loveverona Mon 28-Jul-08 09:08:11

Thanks very much for your replies. Feeling a little better today, although I just feel nervous all the time, I guess that's the not really knowing what's going on.

I know what you mean about no symptoms being easier but at least you know things are happening when you have them. Last time mine stopped I miscarried, so I'm a bit paranoid. Oh well probably just too early at the moment. I need to hang in there.

Lulu1414, good luck with your next few weeks!

whomovedmychocolate Mon 28-Jul-08 09:49:21

Loveverona - I personally think you sort of know when a pregnancy is not right. Well I always did. I felt different about both my pregnancies that I lost. So there is a lot in gut instinct, but chances are you are just worrying in a healthy way about a healthy pregnancy. You wouldn't be human (or a good mummy) if you weren't worried for your children's welfare

But it won't make a difference one way or another if you do worry, to the outcome of the pregnancy. So I suggest a cup of tea, a choccie biccie and a contemplation of something completely unrelated to pregnancy (go sort out your sock drawer or something - distraction is very good for you!)

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