I think everyone is different and you shouldn't be worried by lack of symptoms.
I'm 5+3 and am exhausted and have pretty tender boobs, but now sickness. However, I have heard from friends and googling that MS usually kicks in around or just after 6 weeks. Even if you don't get it though, it doesn't mean anything is wrong - you're just lucky!
i am 7 weeks and have very little symptoms. About the only thing i notice is i am drinking a lot more water and on rare occassions i feel nausious. With my first i had terrible ms so i am enjoying this so far with hopes i dont have many symptoms at all. Enjoy it while it lasts. You are a little early for symptoms to start, usually they dont start till around 6-8 weeks.
I've wondered the same thing! I'm 8 weeks and go to the doctor next Monday. I have some breast tenderness and fullness, but other than that nothing. I've been told I'm lucky. I don't think we have anything to worry about.
I was the same at 5 weeks and wished for morning sickness to feel more pregnant. Well, I got what I wished for! About 4 days ago I started feeling really queasy and threw up in work 3 times. Been getting massive waves of nausea all day long and unable to eat anything but fruit, I've actually lost 4kg cos I just can't stomach anything and have now caught a cold and feel so weak! Just enjoy the lack of symptoms while you can
I'm 10+2 w and I've been freaking out for more than a month even when I had a nice scan at 6 w where I saw the HB.
No symptoms besides me being really grumpy, I had a sore boob for like a week and a lot of peeing and the it disappeared. I worried so much that today when I went for my scheduled doctor's appointment and scan I was sure I wouldn't see anything but I was so wrong!! there was little mini me breakdancing in my uterus lol
My doctor tried not to laugh whan I asked why i had no symptoms, she said: Catalina, are you asking for symptoms really? pray that you don't get any!
Symptoms and a healthy pregnancy don't always go hand in hand
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