so tell me i'm not alone. that there are some symptomless mamas in this ddc with me! btw - i'm 5wks 3 days from LMP, but am 17 DPO, if that helps. lol
Jill, mama to three fiery girlies and a sweet baby boy: Grace, 11.30.2005, Ayla, 3.22.2008, Norah 9.5.09, Reed 8.19.11 & dfs Gage 2.29.12 x4
Mama to ds 11, ds 7, dd 5, dd 2, and dd born on 6/17/12!
I had an almost-symptomless pregnancy with DS, too, and I will take nothing over puking any day!!!
Missing Ashlyn 10/18/06 and Brennan 10/18/10
I do feel better today, a few weeks ago I had days where I felt super. The really queasiness only really hit last week, ugh....
I think I am like 30 DPO?? Question marks, because I'm really not sure, and haven't had a dating ultrasound yet.
So, hang in there. You'll either start getting some other symptoms, or you will be one of the lucky mamas who hardly get anything. (my first pregnancy was a breeze!)
I had a nearly entirely symptomless pregnancy with my first child and ended up with a healthy baby. I had lots of pregnancy symptoms with my second baby and ended up with a healthy baby.
WAHM to a toddler, preschooler, and kindergarten student.
Anyway, it sounds like it's completely normal to be symptomless (especially this early on). It's amazing how we panic... if I get cramps one day I worry that it's a m/c and if I don't feel anything, I worry about the same thing. I guess it's our motherly instincts kicking in already and being protective.
Hang in there!
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