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    Is it normal to have so many symtoms this early?

    I always read that people get most of their symptoms at around six weeks.

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    Lil smurfy have a great anniversary!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    You made me feel better with the comment about 10kg weight loss when bub is born. I've been trying to eat healthily, but this week I'm going nuts for chocolate.

    I'm chatty cos I have no motivation to work.

    I already struggle with lack of sleep, feeling tired and being uncomfortable. Heaven help me in 10 weeks time. I'm not sure work would appreciate me calling in sick because I can't be bothered going lol.
    I am the same... Cannot be bothered working at all today!!

    I am guessing your work wouldn't like that very much but a stuff 'em

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    Smurfy I have called in sick simply due to no energy. I may have to call in sick tomorrow as my ******** boss rostered me to work 7 straight. Is rather call in sick tomorrow than miss out on my weekend penalties.

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    So much too catch up on!!!
    I havent been on in awhile been pretty sick. 17 weeks + 1 day today. Feeling overly crazy hormonal, almost fainted x 5 last night at work despite a good blood pressure and eating/drinking enough. baby what are u doing to me!!! Think i may be starting to feel movements but they happen all together and then stop entirely so who knows.

    Welcome to the newbies.

    If u want to update due date list i am due 11th of September.

    rainbow - cute first u/s pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichelleClareBear View Post
    Is it normal to have so many symtoms this early?

    I always read that people get most of their symptoms at around six weeks.
    It really depends on your levels, how they're rising, how your body reacts to them...

    I've had bits and pieces but nothing really of note - I do feel a bit nauseous these days but it's not ridiculous.

    They come and go. The only things I've had since before my BFP are fatigue and frequent peeing, everything else comes and goes. Having said that, I'm not excessively surprised because I had a 10000 unit jab of hcg for my trigger and I didn't feel sick at all, so I suspect I have slightly higher tolerance maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichelleClareBear View Post
    Happy anniversary for tomorrow Lil smurfy

    ooh so exciting FTM!! Where are you going for your babymoon? We discussed the idea of a babymoon ... we are going to Coffs Harbour when we have one

    oh wow! no I am super, duper organised! Drives my DF crazy as he is much more laidback... I am sure you will have her room all set up by the time she is here Can't wait to see her and her room!
    MCB it's also DH's 40th birthday on the 30th April so Im combining it as a birthday/babymoon for us. He doesn't know about it. I'm taking him to Peppers Anchorage at Port Stephens. It's expensive but I figure it's the last time we go away before she's born so figured I would splurge

    You're so sweet MCB! We can't wait to see her either

    Her room is looking good so far. Floors and painting is done. Her new wardrobe is installed with a ridiculous amount of clothes in it all washed and ready to go. It's sooooo exciting!

    ToniS, are you down 15kg pre pregnancy weight?? Hollleee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    It really depends on your levels, how they're rising, how your body reacts to them...

    I've had bits and pieces but nothing really of note - I do feel a bit nauseous these days but it's not ridiculous.

    They come and go. The only things I've had since before my BFP are fatigue and frequent peeing, everything else comes and goes. Having said that, I'm not excessively surprised because I had a 10000 unit jab of hcg for my trigger and I didn't feel sick at all, so I suspect I have slightly higher tolerance maybe.
    Thanks Rainbow, I have my tests booked in for tomorrow so I guess I will find out my first hcg reading.

    Just feel like I have quite a few symptoms at such an early stage... guess we will find out

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    Sounds BEAUTIFUL FTM!

    We are going to Jervis Bay end of September. That'll be a good opportunity for some belly pics on the beach and a calm before the storm

    It was booked before bugaloo made it's appearance though

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    Some people just react differently

    I also found that a lot of my early symptoms disappeared around 5.5 weeks and came back around 6.5-7


 

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