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aprx 7 weeks pregnant & don't feel it
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TeriP10 posted:
Hello everyone? I am about 7 weeks pregnant (go to the dr next week to confirm) and I do not feel much at all like I am. Maybe its just luck but its very nerve racking. I am more tired then normal. My breast did feel sensative the first week maybe 2,but now feel fine. I havent been feeling sick either. I've taken a few HPT (at diffrent times and days) and all are positve. I am just afraid I am going to be told by the doctor I am not pregnant. I know that it would be very rare to take so many home test and they all be wrong, but shouldn't I be feeling something other then tired?
Has anyone gone though their pregnancy with no feelings of being pregnant? Thanks in advance.
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kfrazier08 responded:
Don't worry, everyone is different. When I was pregnant with my son there were days I would forget because I didn't feel any different, just a little more tired. I would be reminded by opening the fridge to find my prenatal vitamins. Now I'm pregnant with my second and have every symptom, I'm tired, by boobs hurt, and I'm nauseous. It's very rare to get a false positive on a pregnancy test, especially multiple times. Consider yourself lucky! You don't feel any different, I think a lot of women wish that was the case for themselves.


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