Post # 1
I am currently 10.5w and I’ve been nauseous , exhausted, and moody up until 9 weeks. Then all my symptoms disappeared except sore breats. A few days ago my sore breasts disappeared also. so now I am basically totally symptom free. Is this normal? Should I call the doctor and get a reassurence scan? I am nervous because of a mmc at 8 weeks last time.
Post # 2
Absolutely normal! I had the same thing this pregnancy around 10 weeks… then about a week later my morning sickness hit with a vengence.
Enjoy the moment right now, even though it’s a bit unsettling. You’ll start to feel pregnancy again, in other ways!
Post # 3
I would get it checked just because I’m a worrier, but my symptoms lessened (some went away) around 12 weeks… but I always had some “symptoms”.
Post # 4
I would ask for a reassurance scan, but mostly to save yourself stress. I also had disappearing symptoms around 9.5 weeks, went in for a scan and the baby was mostly fine. (It ended in a miscarriage a few weeks later, but at the moment when I lost my symptoms, the pregnancy was still continuing, baby had a heartbeat and continued to grow for at least a week afterwards, etc.) The nurse at my OB-GYN said that it wasn’t common for symptoms to go away that early – around 12 weeks is more common – but that it wasn’t necessarily a bad sign. She was like, “If you want to come in for a scan, we will give you one, but you’re probably just fine.”
Post # 5
Mine disappeared about week 8. Then I had a new slew of problems the start of the 2nd trimester. Its normal for them to go away. I was horribly nervous after they all went away because I hadn’t even really been that bad to begin with.
Post # 6
asphodel: totally normal for symptoms to come and go. Enjoy feeling good while you can!!
Post # 7
Symptoms come and go, you don’t need to worry. It’s different for every woman and for every pregnancy. I didn’t have any symptoms at all until 8 weeks and they mostly went away at 16 weeks. Then something new will pop up. They say a lot of the first trimster symptoms go away around 12 weeks and you’re really not that far off from it.
Post # 8
urchin: wandering_gypsy: KatieBklyn: megz06: MrsWBS: kes18: Thank you so much for your responses. They were really reassuring. I did decide to call the doctor for a reassurance scan and decided to wait until after the u/s to write.
The doctor first tried to hear the heartbeat with a doppler, but was unable to hear the heartbeat. This made me really nervous. He asked for the u/s to be brought in. The moments that passed between the doppler and the u/s were really nerve-racking. Fortunately, with the u/s, we were able to see the heartbeat. Everything looked great and we saw the baby move and jump around. The jumping around made the baby so much more real and person-like for me.
So, just like you all said, it turns out to be totally okay to lose the symptoms! Phew!
Post # 9
Yay! I’m so glad to hear that all is well. 🙂
Post # 10
SO glad to hear everything is going well, it’s always better to do what you need to so you don’t worry so much! Enjoy that little bub!
Post # 11
Ha I’m 10 weeks now and feel the same. Only round ligament pain bothers me now but I feel much better with everything else! I have a checkup tomorrow but I think everything is fine. Maybe just the calm before the storm and next round of symptoms, lol.
Post # 13
asphodel: So glad you are okay and baby is too. When I saw this thread my heart sank because my symptoms lessened around 8-9 weeks in my first pregnancy, and I ended up having a MC. But went on to have a healthy baby girl! Just putting my experience out there.
Post # 14
Mine went away that early and so far (39 weeks tomorrow) I had a pretty easy time of it. So maybe you will too. If you do, try not to freak out as much as I did. I could have coasted through much of this pregnancy if I hadn’t stressed myself out as much. 99% of my pregancy issues were me either freaking out for no reason or addressing ‘common problems’ I didn’t have and therefore messing myself up.
Post # 15
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I remember this happening around 10 weeks. Other women told me to try to enjoy feeling good, and not to worry, but after multiple early losses, that was definitely difficult! Luckily, kind of, at 13 weeks, my doctor couldn’t find a heartbeat witht he doppler, so I got a surprise ultrasound and was reassured to see everything was fine! In a couple of months or less you will be feeling kicks, and once they are regular, you will most likely be able to relax. Congrats, and I’m so glad all is well!