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    First Pregnancy at 38
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    empressjericho posted:
    Hello, I am Tessa. First time here. I am pregnant at 38, my first child. I am excited and nervous.

    My last menstrual period was on June 14th. I have taken 2 tests since then and both confirmed my pregnancy.

    I wonder tho. I am not experiencing the symptoms that most resources say I should be feeling. It seems I felt them more before the tests confirmed. Is this normal?

    I do have my first Dr appointment tomorrow, so I am sure that should clear about a lot of my questions and concerns.

    I did start taking my pre-natals at the behest of many friends.
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