Fussing again - usual for symptoms to subside at this point?

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  1. Julia

    Julia Well-Known Member

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    It's me again - you must think I am the biggest fusser in the world!
    I have reached 8 weeks and I have suffered with nausea, indigestion, headaches, bloating and sore boobs. BUT yesterday the indigestion stopped, the sickness stopped (the headaches went a couple of weeks ago). My boobs aren't as sore and my bloating has gone down. I am worried to death that I am going to miscarry (I did before at 6 weeks, which started with blood). I have had no bleeding, no severe cramping but I am still worried. I can still feel mild period like pains, which the midwife said was things stretching etc........has anyone else had symptoms which come and go????? I am really worried that I will get to the 12 week scan and the fetus will have died.....can't stop worrying. I have made an appointment with the doctor tomorrow who will hopefully get me in for an early scan to stop me worrying.......
     
  2. mommy

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    The simple answer to your question is yes. My symptoms come and go, and have done so throughout the entire pregnancy. I am happy to see most of them go :D.

    By the way I think worrying about not having symptoms is a symptom since most pregnant women do it :D.

    Good luck with the next 7 months.
     
  3. Julia

    Julia Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for your reply. You havre reassured me alot. Since I have had no bleeding or cramping I am probably fussing over nothing! I must try and do my best to enjoy this pregnancy although this is difficult for me due to a bad previous experience and also still being in the first trimester! Must try and chill out - IF ONLY WE COULD HAVE A DRINK (ALCOHOL) - I WOULD BE SO MUCH MORE RELAXED!!!!
     
  4. LouisecH

    LouisecH Well-Known Member

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    Yes they come and go. Don't panic - mine would go for a few days and then come back with a vengance. I know they're reassuring but believe me - it's best to enjoy the symptom-free moments as when they come back they'll come back harder.
     

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