When I was pregnant with Tristan I had horrible m/s and passed out every night by 8 pm (I was sooo tired) and had mild cramps almost constantly for the first few weeks. But this time (still kinda early anyway maybe for symptoms) I have NOTHING.
Do you think its normal and I'm just starting my "worrying" phase that will most definately last until the baby comes?
You know, this will be my 7th pregnancy and you would think that I would be a "pro" at it now
Keith, Henry and Caroline
I guess I am just excited to be preganant and foolishly want to FEEL pregnant
The one thing I DO have is back aches but I have a bad back anyway and I am not sure why back aches are an early pregnancy symptom. It doesn't make sense since, I guess, I equate the back pain as something that has to do with later pregnancy because of the extra weight of baby. And BOY did I ever have severe back pain at the end of my last pregnancy, NOT looking forward to that!
My boobs do really hurt though, but that seems to be going slowly away.
wife - mother - midwife
The more you know, the worse it gets.
But of course I too am in the club of worrying b/c it is early and I DON"T have symptoms, lol.
One thing I have noticed over the last couple of days is that I am definately more tired. I went to bed both nights at around 9pm, which is at least 2 hours early for me.
I have been having a LOT of round ligament pain if I move wrong or try and get up too quickly, and yesterday when my toddler asked me to do "spinnies" I only did a couple of turns and I was REALLY dizzy
I've had slight twinges here and there that have not really been "cramp" like and scared me for a minute or two but...that is about it so far.
I am pretty sure I won't get away without having the morning sickness, but I'm going to start counting my blessings for each day without them!
I'm sorry to hear about the hypermesis. I have gotten what I consider to be bad morning sickness and I can't imagine what you ladies who experience hypermesis go through
Here's to everyone having a realtively easy pregnancy experience this time around
Mountain Biking Mama of 3 little beans, . Epumped 22mths for dd1 (2006)
Nursed my babe, dd2 (2008) until self weaned at 3yrs. We survived a major nursing strike.
Awesome for Baby #3 who turned out to be a (Aug 2013)!
Just give me some nausea please!
For the last 2 days I've had this wicked pain in my left shoulder and of course when I was looking up what things I can do to relieve the pain the search brought up tons of "ectopic" links. Freaked me out at first but I have NO other symptoms whatsoever and I don't think that my pain is in the right "spot" according to what I read.
Anyway, hope everyone is feeling good
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