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    Default Anyone pregnant and not get overly tired in 1st trimester?

    I'm 6 weeks pg with no 3 and o am really not that tired. Not like I was with my other 2.

    I rarely get any nausea so about the only symptoms that I have are no AF, sore boobs and a few cramps.

    I'm a bit worried..

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    Bump..

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    I barely knew I was pregnant until 24 weeks so don't worry and just try and enjoy it

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    I never got tired or MS with any of my 4 daughters. Enjoy it and hope you stay feeling so good

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    My only symptom (other than sore boobs) has been exhaustion for both of my pregnancies. I'm just starting to move past mine and am so enjoying not wanting to sleep 24 hours a day

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    First pregnancy I don't remember being tired or sick. The only way I knew I was pregnant was that I ate a lot! This pregnancy I was more tired and a little bit nauseous for a few weeks around the 6-9 week stage but that's it. You might not get it at all or maybe it'll hit you in another week or so. I definitely wouldn't worry.

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    I never got the tiredness at all. I had slightly enlarged boobs from 5/6 weeks but otherwise felt normal. I had some nausea from 9-12 weeks but only vomited once (right on 12 weeks!)


 

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