Advice needed please for all you successful 2nd trimesters.
Hi everyone. I'm currently 7 weeks pregnant with first baby. We unfortunately had a miscarriage last year and I'm super anxious because I'm not experiencing any symptoms. Can I ask when did you start to get symptoms? what symptoms you had or if you had any at all. Thank you in advance for replies. Xx
Hi hun, I had a MC last year too, was my first pregnancy and I blamed myself, I was expecting the same this time, I had no symptoms until 8 weeks even then they came and went, by 10 weeks it was constant.
NO SYMPTOMS DOES NOT MEAN SOMETHING IS WRONG!
Take it easy hun, relax and eat/drink plenty.
Hope you have a healthy and happy 9 month xx
Morning sickness from around 9 weeks, back ache, stomach pains around the left ovary and just tried to drink lots of water/ diluted juice. I personally think the pain was the placenta growing as it sits on my left side.
There are all those i didnt know i was pregnant shows so its possible to not get many symptoms or to just pass them off as something else.
I started having them when my period was due but because I'm irregular sometimes, I didn't think to test. I found out when I was 7 weeks gone. About 9 weeks I was getting horrendous neausea until 18 weeks. It comes and goes now when I dont eat in time.
To put your mind at rest, I am on baby No.3 and the only early symptom I've ever had in any of my pregnancy's is tiredness! No sickness at all and no real food aversions! Hope this helps you feel better, no symptoms does not mean the worst at all! And i have two healthy boys and another on the way
Thank you so much ladies, I really appreciate your replies and comments. When we got married I was so laid back. However this has turned me into Mrs anxious. Are any of you getting sore breast? My breast have not changed one bit. We saw the heartbeat on Tuesday which was reassuring but I keep on thinking it won't be there at dating scan. Sorry for negative post xx
I haven't got sore breasts until now Maddie and I think that may be something to do with my DD breastfeeding. Try not to worry, you've seen the heartbeat which is amazing! You may be one of the lucky few who has a smooth first trimester wishing you a happy and healthy pregnancy xx
Maddie, it's completely normal to feel like this after a miscarriage, so don't worry, it's what we are here for.
As other posters have said, no symptoms doesn't mean anything is wrong. i have plenty of lucky friends who did not have a shred of nausea or any other symptoms during first tri, and they all have beautiful healthy children.
I ended up with hyper emesis so starting being sick at about 6 weeks. I'm still on anti sickness tablets now, because as soon as I stop taking them, I start feeling nausea again.
I'm the exception to the rule though, and I would happily swap with anyone who is symptom free
If you have already had an early scan and heard the heartbeat, you have a very very good chance that the baby will safely make it to the dating scan and beyond. I read somewhere that usually the baby's heart fails to start and that's what causes miscarriage. You are already over that hurdle.
Try to take time to relax during the next few weeks. No rushing around, and even cut back your social life a bit so you get nice long lie ins and time to yourself. Pamper yourself and you'll soon reach 12 weeks.
Hi hun I'm from the third tri but I cans till answere
My symptoms fully kicked in around 8-9 weeks and even then they came and went. Soem days I would feel awful and other days I would feel great, don't obsess too much about symptoms hun as it will drive you insane (I did me). Just remember some women don't get any, others do but mild, some womens come an go and others have it terrible. x
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