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The only symptom I've really had has been tender nipples and heavy breast, and they've been very painful from the second I conceived. But today (4 wks and 3 days) they are normal feeling. No period yet, but just don't feel pregnant anymore. Anyone else had something like this happen??


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I didn't really have ANY symptoms at that stage, except my sense of smell was stronger. Sore boobs, nausea, exhaustion, etc...all came in the next 4-6 weeks. When did you get your BFP?


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Got my positive on at exactly 4 weeks, when I missed my period. So like 3 days ago. But i've had sore breast seems like almost instantly after ovulation. Which is VERY unusual for me since they never hurt ever.


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Don't panic! During the first trimester there were random days that I didn't feel pregnant and everything was fine.  Symptoms can come and go.  Unfortunately, rather than enjoy the brief moments free from m/s and breast tenderness, I would freak out and think something was wrong.  It's all part of the emotional roller coaster of being pregnant.  


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Don't panic! During the first trimester there were random days that I didn't feel pregnant and everything was fine.  Symptoms can come and go.  Unfortunately, rather than enjoy the brief moments free from m/s and breast tenderness, I would freak out and think something was wrong.  It's all part of the emotional roller coaster of being pregnant.  

Thank you! This makes me feel better. I just want to hear a hb so I know it's all real. lol.


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Last week, I had a blistful week when my breast stopped hurting, too.  This week I'm icing them at night.  I'd agree with a PP and say enjoy the relief smile.gif.


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