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Im only 4 weeks in, but I'm not experiencing any symptoms at all. Not even nipple soreness which is surprising since I'm breastfeeding. With my previous 2 pregnancies I was really hungry and thirsty, and I had a lot of extra saliva. I was also exhausted by 8:00 at night. The lines on my pregnancy tests are also really faint, although I've heard that doesn't mean anything. Anyway, I'm just trying to emotionally prepare myself for a chemical pregnancy.

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I hope that your pregnancy sticks redface.gif I had very few symptoms at 4 weeks. So little was different that I didn't realize I was pregnant until two weeks later.

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With this last pregnancy/baby, the nausea really kicked in around six weeks... and lasted until he was born. 


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With this last pregnancy/baby, the nausea really kicked in around six weeks... and lasted until he was born. 
No!! You poor thing! My nausea usually kicks in around 7 weeks. It's really all the other little symptoms that worry me. We'll see. Thank you for your replies!

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this was me exactly. No symptoms at all until week7 or 8. And very faint lines. And then I was sick until I was 4 months pregnant:(

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I'm starting to feel some nausea, which is a comfort oddly enough!

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I had a faint line and no real symptoms either.  I'm due in a month and everything is healthy!


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