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    6 weeks pregnant - no symptoms
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    zimmerj posted:
    Hi Everyone,
    My daughter was stillborn (at 35 weeks) on 3/22/2014. There was no found reason for her death. A possible cord accident, but the doctors couldn't be sure.Last week I found out that I am pregnant! I'm now 6 weeks along but I do not feel any pregnancy symptoms. Last pregnancy my breasts were sore and I had other symptoms (food cravings, exhaustion). I'm worried the lack of symptoms could be a bad sign. Has anyone out there experienced a lack of symptoms in early pregnancy? Btw, I just took another at home pregnancy test, and it was positive.... why are there no symptoms?
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    smithc27 responded:
    First of all ((Hugs)) and sorry to hear of your loss. I hope you can find some guidance and friendship here, among friends who've "been there"


    and to your question... yes! I did with this pregnancy (my 3rd). I was bragging to my husband around 5 weeks that I had no m/s or anything (I had many symptoms with DD)... and then about 6-7 weeks, it hit and was terrible LOL I know it's easier said than done, but try not to worry too much; lots of ladies don't have obvious symptoms. Schedule an appointment with your OB to be sure and get checked out. Good luck!
    ~Charlotte(29), DH(30), M/C 3/7/11, DD Addison 2/12/12, BFP 5/29/14


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