Is It Normal To Experience Days Where You Don't Feel Pregnant?
I still have the full and tender breasts. But I guess just because my bloating and cramping hasn't been so bad lately I am thinking maybe something is wrong. Is it normal for bloating & camping to subside some? I am 5w6d along. NO bleeding, so I am praying all is well. But in the past 3 days I just don't feel as miserable (bloated) as I did in the weeks before, normal?? THANK YOU so much!!
Yes! This happened to me. I've been drinking more water and getting more sleep. My bloating has definitely gone down. I have a little bit of a tummy, but nowehere near what it was before! Thank goodness. Still living in jammy bottoms though. lol.
It is normal to have days where that happens, I have morning sickness every day, so far I have gad 2 days without it, even though I knew it was normal for that to happen I worried about it instead of enjoyed it lol......
Dont worry about the not feelign pregnant and the morning sickness. I had morning sickness up til about 16 weeks, and im 24 weeks now, and there are days when i still dont feel pregnant. If baby is lazy and cant be bothered to move, and the way its lying my tummy doesnt even look pregnant. So dont be worrying girls
hey x i think its normal to worry about this - i have been wondering whether i am still lately as i haven't been feeling quite as awful and my boobs are less sore, but then a friend suggested perhaps i've also been getting used to feeling rough/sore and am becoming more resilient in just getting on with life at the same time as feeling bad???? That helped me to put it into that kind of framework and worry less about it.
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