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    I had a blighted ovum last year which resulted in a natural miscarriage then a D & C just to make sure. With that pregnancy I had symptoms like needing to pee, my boobs were sore and I needed to eat extra chilli everything! However, the day we went for our first scan as odd as it was my symptoms wore off I'd noticed. When we had the scan, things added up.

    So now I'm pregnant again, I had no symptoms in the lead up to my BFP which worried me but then I got the BFP which is great! Still very scared history will repeat itself just trying to remain positive. Anyway, I've got an awful head ache, my boobs started hurting this week, I feel bloated, I've got awful gas and am exhausted! Has anyone who miscarried then had a healthy pregnancy noticed their symptoms were different when they had the healthy baby?

    Or perhaps am I just reading into it too much and am officially crazy?

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    Congrats stubborn ox!! the second time around I've had morning sickness (from about 5 weeks) that I didnt have the first time. In my mmc also noticed my symptoms had slowly diminished from about week 9, then I started misscarrying at 11 weeks.

    Goodluck, I think new symptoms are a good sign!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rinobiscuit View Post
    Congrats stubborn ox!! the second time around I've had morning sickness (from about 5 weeks) that I didnt have the first time. In my mmc also noticed my symptoms had slowly diminished from about week 9, then I started misscarrying at 11 weeks.

    Goodluck, I think new symptoms are a good sign!!
    Congratulations to you too!

    Here's hoping we have lovely, healthy babies in our arms this year!

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    Well mine is in reverse, I had 2 successful pregnancies that were similar in their symptoms, then this one that is ending in mc, I had very different symptoms. Barely any, in fact. And the urge to pee stopped pretty early on(in hindsight).

    Fingers crossed xx


 

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