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    Default Pregnancy symptoms fading?

    Hi everyone, just wondering when your guys' pregnancy symptoms started to fade? I'm now 10w2d pregnant and had morning sickness (with no vomiting), bad food aversions and no appetite, breast tenderness and swelling, fatigue, etc. and now all the symptoms seem to be going away and my breasts back to normal. Should I be worried or is this normal considering I'm getting ready to enter the 2nd trimester now? We saw the baby's heartbeat at around 8 weeks and it was 168. Can't help but think about missed miscarriage since I've had no bleeding or spotting.

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    I do hate to say this as I don't want to needlessly worry you, but that was what happened with my miscarriage. I only noticed that my symptoms had gone (especially the boobs) after I started spotting/bleeding, but it could have happened before & I'd just been too busy to pay attention. If you are worried, I would go to the GP/midwife/hospital and request an ultrasound. Wish you the very best x

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    Hi I had a huge dive in symptoms around 10.5 weeks. Then they amped up BIG time at 11.5 weeks. Try not to stress hun

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    I didn't feel pregnant at all from around 12-18 weeks - first trimester symptoms had all gone and it was too early for a bump or feeling movement.
    How long until your NT scan?

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    This happened with both my pregnancies around 10 weeks and I have two very healthy girls at home.

    I know it is super scary, but it also normal for lots of women to start feeling better towards the end of the first trimester. However, if you are worried it is definitely best to get yourself to the gp/hospital/OB for a check up. Even if it is just to put your mind at ease.

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    Thanks for your replies! I have a doctors appointment tomorrow to discuss the results from my previous ultrasound so I guess he will schedule me for my next scan then. Usually it takes a month or so to get in for an appointment at the hospital though. Hopefully all is well!


 

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