My symptoms seem to come and go and they have been very minor. My boobs were a bit sore this weekend and little today but that's the first time they have been. I was a little nauseous this morning but once I ate breakfast I felt fine. I get some minor cramping now and then but that's it for me. I kinda wish my symptoms were more consistent! I don't have my first OB appointment until the 31st and I'm not even sure what'll my dr will do there. On my first pregnancy, I had a mc before I even got to see the doctor and then with my son, I had some minor bleeding (which was about 2 months after the mc) and there was some concerns so I had blood work and a u/s at about 7 weeks to confirm, so this'll be new to me. I'm hoping she'll at least book me for a scan to date me but I'm not sure what the standard procedure is.
I am not feeling anything? when should I get worried?
I get abit light headed if I stand up too quickly but havn't felt anything really. Some evenings my boobs and thighs get hot to touch but they arent sore.....should I appreciate it while it lasts xx
I had a few cramps with Alex but that was it my whole pregnancy I was so lucky but I was worried in the early days until I realised that's just how my pregnancy was going to be
Thanks Angie! i guess im naturally comparing how I feel to my last pregnancy. Although I never had MS (lucky me i know)i did have lots of camps,twinges,pulling etc. but then if i think about it, maybe it wont be as twingey and pully as the muscles have been pulled around before so are naturally looser after already having a child? Is that a plausible theory??lol xx
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