Hey everyone! Thought I would make a thread about early symptoms and bumps for others to compare with. I am just over 5 weeks, and I swear I am already getting a bump, and I have 4 new stretch marks on my lower belly to prove I'm expanding! I know its just bloat but still I feel kinda crazy looking at my belly already thinking I'm starting to show. I know Im not the only one thats done that though lol, what were the changes your body went through so early in your pregnancy? Also, my symptoms aren't really that much, just heartburn, sleepy, verrrrry sensitive nipples, and gas. What about your early symptoms? I thought it would be helpful for others to see that they aren't imagining things thinking their belly is growing already or their symptoms are too soon. Hope this helps someone!
Hey there! I turned 4 weeks today. My symptoms are: heavy breasts, sensitive nipples, easily fatigued, irritable, and some mild cramping once a or twice a day. I'm definitely bloated, too! I can feel my lower abdomen tightening up. If I press on it lightly, it doesn't have as much give as before.
These are two pictures I took at 3wks 4days. I'm a bit on the rounder side as is. It would have been nice to lose about 10 pounds before I got pregnant, but oh well! I'm determined not to gain more than 25 pounds during this pregnancy.
Let's see . I have heartburn, my boobs feel like they weigh 20lbs each. lol Umm sensitive nipples galore, gas, mild cramping now and again and bloating! Oh and gagging if I don't eat every once and a while.
I don't have any symptoms except this dull ache on my right side- which is where I ovulated from. I usually am able to sit cross-legged in front of my computer but now I find that I can't. And if I do that for a while, the ache comes back or becomes stronger. Defo. a muscle ache type of feeling. I think its just ligament stretching. Can't wait for my 5wks scan on Tues!
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