For the past two days my left thumb has been twitching like crazy! I've never heard of anything like that as a pregnancy symptom, but figured it was worth asking about. I'm totally paranoid about tremors/twitching because my sister has multiple sclerosis and that's one of the symptoms.
I have had mild waves of anxiety which is probably partially due to anxiety disorder and partially do to changes in hormones and just general fear with my 1st pregnancy.
Maybe tomorrow you could put a call in to your GP or nurse/midwife about it and ask. I'm sure more people will have better advice than I will, but its not a dumb question to ask, especially since your sister has MS and its a concern for you.
I get this a lot, especially in my stomach (I'm only 9weeks so unfortunately not the baby). One of my friends used to get it while pregnant BUT only when her husband walked into a room lol I don't think it's anything to be overly concerned but because of ur sister if youre worried I'd ask your mw\doc next time Hun x
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