I'm 9 weeks pregnant tomorrow and have been blessed with a very easy pregnancy so far - so easy that I just can't believe I am pregnant. I've had VERY minimal morning sickness - maybe twice a week I feel a bit queasy for an hour or so. I had sore boobs until 6 weeks and now just my nipples are a bit sensitive.
I had a scan at 7 weeks and bub was measuring ahead with a strong heartbeat so I know there's a baby there...but that's the only way I know!
In the last few days I've had 2 nosebleeds and I'm already getting a linea nigra so I'm sure bub is fine, but please reassure me if you've had a relatively symtomless pregnancy that all is well!!!
Everyone seems to be sick but me!
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15-04-2013 16:49 #1
just don't feel pregnant!
15-04-2013 16:58 #2
I had a week of intense morning sickness at 7 weeks, and apart from being really tired, nothing at all else until I started feeling bub move! And now I have a thriving 7 week old bubba. So rest assured, I'm sure everything is fine!
I've been following your TTC diary and I'm so happy to hear that you're finally pregnant! Wishing you all the best for the rest of the pregnancy :-)
15-04-2013 17:00 #3
Thank you I should add that being tired beyond anything I've ever felt before, and peeing constantly have been consistent since before I got my BFP!
15-04-2013 17:04 #4
Just crashing... Enjoy it
I had nothing at all... No doe boobs, no nausia, no ms what so ever when I was pregnant. If it want for the fact I tested, then no af.. I could have quite easily not found out until 6 months.
Im bigger, barely showed until the very end. I didn't feel anything unusual or pregnancy like until 21wks when I first felt movement
Ds is now 2, so its totally possible! Congratulations and good luck!!
15-04-2013 17:20 #5
Thanks shadow. I think I'll enjoy it more when I see bub again and get into the 2nd tri. I feel all left out being not sick!
My mum never got sick with any of her pregnancies, I wonder if there's a degree of it being hereditary?
The next 3 weeks are going to DRAG!
15-04-2013 17:22 #6
I'm nearly at my third tri an I still don't feel pregnant half the time. Even when bub is kicking me and I get my Braxton Hicks
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15-04-2013 17:27 #7
I had a very easy pregnancy, with minimum symptoms, except a growing belly. In the first few months I was expecting to see blood every time I went to the bathroom, but luckily all was well. It can play on your mind a lot, especially as in all the movies every pregnancy has the horrible symptoms etc.
Enjoy your pregnancy!!!
15-04-2013 17:31 #8
I had zero symptoms with my DS. The only thing I felt was very hungry the first trimester and for MS I was a bit like u. A little queasy, like I was a bit hungover, and that was it.
15-04-2013 17:45 #9
15-04-2013 21:42 #10Senior Member
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I'm with the others, I have had minimal symptoms. The growing belly, kicks, and Braxton hicks are the only thing giving it away. The lack of symptoms had me worrying. Then I'd read people saying how sick they were, and was glad that I was having an easy ride.
Pregnancy is just one worry after another. You worry leading up to the first scan, get reassurance by seeing the heartbeat, then within a short amount if time, you find something else to worry about until the next scan. Unfortunately it doesn't go away.
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