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    Default Second pregnancy - no symptoms?

    I'm only 6 weeks, but last time, I felt a lot more noticeably pregnant. Nauseated, sore breasts etc. Apart from tiredness, bloating & a touch of nausea early on, I've felt nothing this time.

    i'm now not sure if I should be counting my blessings or worried. I am a bit concerned it could be a missed mc. Until I see a heartbeat I am trying to not get excited.

    I haven't had any cramping or bleeding, but can't help but worry. Scan is next week.

    Anyone else experienced this?

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    I'm 16 weeks pregnant and this pregnancy has been completely different to last one so don't worry. I had nausea this time but none last time, by now I had a bump, swollen feet, line on tummy last time but this time none of those. I've had a 12 week scan and all was fine so it seems every pregnancy can be different. X

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    I am 18 weeks pregnant with my second child. I was exactly the same as you! Had early symptoms with my first but at 6 weeks had not had any symptoms this pregnancy. I freaked out a bit and had blood tests done (because my OB said it was too early to do a scan) and my HCG levels were rising nicely. Then by 7.5 weeks my symptoms definitely kicked in! Try not to stress too much - each pregnancy is different. Best of luck for your scan!

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    Thanks guys! I hope you're right.

    Having a dating scan next week. My dates could be a bit out, meaning symptoms might not be as apparent?

    Fingers, toes & everything crossed. xx

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    I had morning sickness from implantation to 20 weeks. But a friend of mine didn't even know she was pregnant until she was 12 weeks. You could be earlier than you thought or maybe you just have a completely different set of symptoms good luck and I hope all is well xx


 

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