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    Hi,
    I am nearly 9 weeks pregnant and up until now I have been very tired and had nausea. Now, nothing! I am worried this could mean something is wrong. Had anyone else experienced this?

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    My own situation is a bit up in the air at the moment and I've had a reduction in symptoms however a lot of friends who have had successful pregnancies have had days where there were no syptoms and it was nothing to worry about. Hopefully that is the case for you.

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    I had symptoms come & go right through my first trimester, & I always panicked when I felt normal. Now my bubba kicks me alllllll the time which is a nice reminder. I think its fairly normal for things to differ day to day.

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    my morning sickness started at 6 weeks and finished around 9-10 week mark. I was so scared about it as I thought morning sickness was meant to go after 12 weeks. But then I had the 12 wk scan and saw everything was OK :-)

    Symptoms come and go all the time. I know its hard but dont worry about it too much :-)

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    Thank you so much everyone, I am a first time mum and a little nervous

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    Hi
    You sound exactly like me when I was in the first trimester- I started worrying myself when at 9 weeks my symptoms pretty much disappeared. I went from all day/night morning sickness, exhaustion, sore breasts etc, to nothing. But remember, that's pregnancy; the first couple months are different to the rest. I'm 16 weeks now and aside from my growing belly, I don't "feel" pregnant anymore! Once you see your baby wriggling about at the ultrasound you'll feel so much better! I almost thought that they were going to tell me that there wasn't a baby in there, LOL.. but there it was, heart beating strong
    Relax and enjoy your pregnancy. Consider yourself lucky that your early symptoms have faded


 

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