I need to hear from some ladies who are ~7 weeks and are feeling good! This pregnancy has been pretty much a breeze for me. At the moment I have such mild symptoms - only very slightly tender breasts (that comes and goes during the day), frequent urination, increased hunger, and only very occasional, very very mild nausea. I'm really not even very tired, though I do fall asleep quickly and a bit earlier than usual.
Anyone else? I would love reassurance from others feeling good around 7 weeks that this is OK and normal! I'm paranoid as my first pregnancy I had tons of nausea and crazy fatigue, and it was an empty sac at 12 weeks. My second pregnancy ended at 6 1/2 weeks and I had pretty much no symptoms at all.
I am only 4 weeks but when I was pregnant with my son, I had NO symptoms until I was around 10 weeks and then they were identical to yours now-tender breasts, tired, frequent urination, increased hunger and very mild nausea that would come and go through out the day. I remember wondering "am I really pregnant?" for the longest time because it was such a breeze. So don't worry too much, just do everything you should be doing i.e. eating healthy, prenatal vitamins and prenatal visits and just enjoy your pregnancy I am sure everything will be great!
**Wishing you a very happy and healthy pregnancy !
I am a almost 9 weeks, and I feel GREAT! I do have the sore boobs, frequent bathroom trips, sometimes Im really hungry and other days I am fighting to eat anything. I am more tired than normal but I feel good, this is my second pregnany, with my first son it was the same until I hit the last month, that was the hardest for me. I was expecting this one to be worse since its twins, but so far so good!
Hi hopestruck. I'm feeling pretty much the same as you. The other day I had a little bit of queasiness but feeling better now. I notice that food and citrus helps. My stomach always feels empty haha. When's your first ultrasound?
Thank you so much ladies! I'm trying to stay positive because I hear so many stories like all of yours, but it is just so difficult when you have already prepared yourself for the possibility of another loss!
mummof1 - thanks so much for your kind words and well wishes! I'm encouraged to know that you had a similar experience with your son
AMM - That is definitely surprising that you're feeling so good with twins! Amazing! You really must be one of the "lucky ones".
babyfeva - that's what I feel like too It was worse around 5 weeks, but I still could probably eat every hour of the day, haha. Last night we ate dinner and an hour later I had 2 bowls of cereal
My scan is April 24th. I'm irritated that they couldn't get me in any sooner. I should be ~9 weeks, so I'm hoping and praying that I'll see a little one squirming around on there!
i've had no symptoms practically other than the odd feeling of queasyness - i had a scan last week at 7+3 (although baby was measuring between 7+3 and 7+5) and everything is fine. i was the exact same with my daughter. think yourself lucky
I am seven weeks tomorrow and all I have symptom wise is frequent toilet stops and I am more tired that normal. Honestly I do worry about it as I am yet to see the midwife or have a scan. But I am just trying to stay positive as best as I can.
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