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Symptoms completely gone

Hi everyone,

This is my first pregnancy and I'm worrying about everything! I am approx almost 9 weeks pregnant now. I am just a bit concerned as it seems all of my symptoms have gone for a week  now! I've not had any bleeding or severe pain so I know that's a good thing; I am just longing to feel some pregnancy symptoms so I feel like my baby is there. To begin with I have been  nauseous,saliva and  low back pain (basically I just felt like I was about to start my period any moment but never did!) and I also had horrible leg cramps and joint pain, but it's all gone now.   I am more tired and have had slightly increased vaginal discharge. I just feel so normal and well and don't feel pregnant anymore!

Does anyone have any encouraging words and advice for me? Is this normal? Can symptoms come and go? Could I be pretty much symptom free for my entire pregnancy?.

2 Replies

Hi, if you don't feel right in yourself then you can go to the doctors and explain what has happened and how you feel. They can arrange a special scan at the early pregnancy unit just to make sure you are ok and that everything is progressing properly. I've been a few times.

You could however be one of those super lucky people who just gets hardly any pregnancy symptoms. Hopefully that's the case.


Hi, when I had my twins after the initial cramping and being off my breakfast I didn't really feel much else, other than my tummy rapidly expanding! Until 18 weeks when I started really feeling them move, so try not to worry too much, hopefully your next midwife appointment will reassure you, but if you are still worried just ask to see her early, I'm sure she won't mind. Good luck!


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