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10 Weeks - Symptoms Fading
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bherbert posted:
Hi ladies,

I'm 10 weeks today and I woke up and my breasts didn't hurt and I'm not feeling sick. I'm tired (but I always have trouble sleeping) but that's it. I'm worried because I read a sign of miscarriage is symptoms going away because the baby isn't growing anymore.
Also, yesterday I had sharp pains on my right side and a shooting pain up my back. The nurses said it was probably muscular but I'm still really worried!

This is my first pregnancy - We saw the baby with a heartbeat at 8w1d.

Has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks!!
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missashley1010 responded:
I havnt experienced your exact situation I just know my pregnancy symptoms change day to day week to week. So in that sense I would try not to be too worried. Its so hard early on to go through the what ifs. When is your next appt?
 
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bherbert replied to missashley1010's response:
I had my 2nd appointment yesterday and she checked the heartbeat and everything sounded fine! She said the symptoms fading can be normal. I never thought I would want to feel sick or have my breasts hurt!

Now I'm worried because last night in the middle of the night I had a twisting pain in my left side. It hurt when I stretched and felt like a cramp but went away eventually when I laid down and took deep breaths.

Thanks!


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