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    Default How to be quiet when all's quiet?:)

    Quote Originally Posted by Irinko View Post
    Hi ladies, is that only me getting worried when everything's nice and quiet, or that's a common thing?


    I have my NT scan scheduled 15th Nov, 2,5 weeks to go And I hardly feel anything changing inside me, no morning sickness, no all that common signs, just nothing, all's fine! Maybe just bubs are bigger, but not much as I'm always size A - but even the sourness in that area has almost gone!
    The only sign left is loo trips...

    And that's freaking me out a lot, I'm so worrying if everything's OK at all?

    I'm reading how people are struggling during first 12 weeks, and I'm struggling more for my last uni assesments now rather any other things.

    Do you think there is any way to check if all's good before the NT scan?

    Hi Irinko, how did you go? Have any of your symptoms return?

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    Default How to be quiet when all's quiet?:)

    So glad I found this thread. My DH text me to ask how I was today. I replied saying a little bit tired but I just don't feel pregnant today. I just feel like I did before I knew we were pregnant. I'm 7w1d. I have been feeling exhausted, hungry, sore boobs and peeing a lot. Today just doesn't feel the same. I haven't had a dating scan but am hoping my ob refers me for us when I see her next week. It's awful feeling so anxious, I should be thankful I'm not suffering ms like other people have.

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    nope.
    MC again. Stopped at 7 weeks.

    Leaving you dear people for now...
    Hope to be back in few months with another try...

    And all the luck for you all, I became the unlucky stats, I hope you will be fine!

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    Default How to be quiet when all's quiet?:)

    Sorry for your loss irinko. Hugs to you and I wish you all the best

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    Default Re: How to be quiet when all's quiet?:)

    that's so sad, I hope you're ok.

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy SII, please excuse any errors!


 

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