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    Hi everyone,

    I found out a week ago I am pregnant, I am guessing I am 4 weeks pregnant but I haven't got any symptoms. Only symptoms are niggling cramps and the odd wave of nausea but that's it., apart from that, I feel totally normal. This is my 4th pregnancy and I've always had sore boobs with previous pregnancies but not this time... has anyone had no symptoms with a successful pregnancy?

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaBearMiles View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I found out a week ago I am pregnant, I am guessing I am 4 weeks pregnant but I haven't got any symptoms. Only symptoms are niggling cramps and the odd wave of nausea but that's it., apart from that, I feel totally normal. This is my 4th pregnancy and I've always had sore boobs with previous pregnancies but not this time... has anyone had no symptoms with a successful pregnancy?

    Thank you.
    Every pregnancy is different.

    I had zero symptoms. I was on progesterone support which gave me side effects but once I stopped that every “symptom” went away.

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    For 4 weeks that’s pretty normal. My full all day nausea kicked in both times at 6 weeks. Some women don’t get the boobs

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    First pregnancy, zero symptoms ever. Healthy full term birth.
    Second pregnancy, all day mild nausea from weeks 6-11. Healthy full term birth.
    Third pregnancy, 24/7 morning sickness, dry retching, vomiting. Miscarriage at 10 weeks (and still had horrendous morning sickness for days after finding out baby had no heartbeat. Morning sickness did not go away until I had a curette).

    Try not to over think it, lack of symptoms definitely does not mean things arent ok.

    Good luck xx

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    Three boys, really sick lots of symptoms.. the girl not so much, she was a breeze, have you got the same genders, maybe you’re getting a different one? It’s still early, I wouldn’t get any symptoms til around week 7 xx


 

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