(Closed) Is it possible to have no symptoms at all early on?

posted 6 years ago in TTC
Post # 16
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  • Wedding: December 2015 - Key Largo Lighthouse

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Prettysmile40:  About 2-3 weeks before finding out I was pregnant, I had pre-menstural cramps and was sure that meant I was about to get my period. I don’t track my period very well (nor am I intuned with my body) so I figured it would come whenever – I can go 6 weeks between periods.

Then, I started being REALLY REALLY tired. To the point where I could sleep like a baby for hours and had no energy. I didn’t know that was a symptom of pregnancy until later. I think it was around 4 weeks I was randomly reading a book and one of the character’s discovered she was pregnant. For some reason, I was hit with this strong intuition that I needed to take a pregnancy test.

I took a test and surprise – I was pregnant. I didn’t have any of the normal symtoms like sore/swollen breast, nausea…the only symptom I had prior to finding out I was pregnant was extreme tiredness.

So, it’s very possible to feel no change at all and be pregnant. I would watch out for feeling more tired then usual and aversion to smells that didn’t use to bother you if you aren’t feeling anything else.

Post # 17
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

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Prettysmile40:  I had symptoms immediately with my daughter I knew I was pregnant way before I took a test. With my son I had no clue. The only reason I found out was because I had a bad cold and went to the dr. They did a pregnancy test only because of my age. I was 9 weeks pregnant with my son when I found out.

Post # 18
1320 posts
Bumble bee

I didn’t really have symptoms to speak of, maybe some slight breast tenderness. But that pregnancy didn’t last long, either, I lost it around 6 weeks. I also know there are some women who have healthy full-term pregnancies with no early symptoms. Your best bet is a BFP.

Post # 19
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: February 2015

I was so sure my period was coming that I told DH the night before (our wedding was in a week, I was waiting for my period to show!)  When it didn’t show up I tested again and that’s when I got the BFP.  (I had expected my period on the Friday.  It didn’t show, I tested, got a BFN so I had a roaring good time at my bachelorette that weekend.  Sunday I was positive it would show Monday morning.  It just felt like it.  So Monday morning I tested, negative.  Monday mid-day I tested again, because I was confused, that’s when I got the BFP.) 

Morning sickness didn’t start for me until week 6 or 7.  And it came on with a bang.  

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