Hi Everyone....im 11weeks and 3 days pregnant today and for the past week aat round 10weeks my symptoms seem to have gone and i feel normal again which really worrys me.
I had a m/c early on this year but i started to bleed at 6 weeks with that pregnancy so had a complete m/c.
Once i found out i was pregnant again ive been of course scared but this pregnancy ive felt mainly tired but that seemed to ease of at 10 weeks and on and off nasea, never really had sore boobs maybe just a tad bit tender at times but feel completly fine now??
I went on my very sober hen night at the weekend and everyone kept saying to me how come im not tired as when they were pregnant they couldnt have late nights...but i felt absolutly fine stayed out till 2am and wasnt tired at all even got up early the next day to go and get breakfast.
Did anyone else feel like this and be have a normal pregnancy, im just so scared of my scan on wednesday
Hi, most of my symptoms faded at about 9 weeks, I still get a bit sicky if my stomach is empty but apart from that im ok. My boobs are still big but not so much sore anymore and the tiredness is a lot better than it was.
My midwife said the placenta can start doing some work at about 9 weeks so symptoms can ease, I had my scan on friday and all was fine
The only symptoms of pregnancy I've had was sore boobs, fatigue, and oddly enough the smell of thyme made me gag.
My boobs stopped hurting one day last week, but that came back slightly, not as sore as I was. Fatigue; depends on how much I've done in a day. Last night, I was in bed by ten pm... cause, I was on the go all day yesterday and Saturday due to our move to the new house.
As for the thyme... I haven't got to that box yet. LOL
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