Post # 1
So I posted a week ago because I was freaking out about me not having that many symptoms. I read so many stories on here about missed miscarriages that I started freaking myself out even more and was frantic going into my appointment yesterday.
Well I went in and everything turned out to be fine. Apparently I’m just one of the very lucky few with barely any symptoms.
I couldn’t find many posts about people having a healthy pregnancy without having symptoms so I just wanted to throw it out there that not every instance ends in a missed miscarriage.
I hope this helps anyone in the same boat as me!
Post # 2
Jamergurl921: Glad everything is OK. Thanks for posting your good news.
Post # 3
Jamergurl921: I’m so happy for you that everything is OK! Being pregnant can be scary, because it can be hard to know what your body is doing and what it all means.
When I was pregnant, I had very few of the “traditional” symptoms. Especially early on in my pregnancy. My Dear Daughter is a healthy and happy 11 year old.
Congratulations on your pregnancy! And many wishes for your continued good health and the good health of your little one.
Post # 4
Jamergurl921: how far along are you?
I had symptoms that started to disappear by the 9th week. So i freaked out and went to see my midwife, i had an ultrasound and baby was healthy and moving arouns, and she assured me that its normal bc once you get further along in your pregnancy your symptoms start to go away and you get your energy back in the 2nd tri!
Post # 5
Thank you for posting this! I go in Wednesday for our first u/s and I’ve been slightly worried because of my lack of symptoms. Glad to hear everything ok with you!!
Post # 6
I had a little bit of boob soreness and fatigue that lasted from like week 6-9 but after that pretty much everything has gone away besides constipation (sorry for the TMI). Today I’m 11w2d.
My mom didn’t have a lot of symptoms either. I’ve heard that you take after your mom with symptoms but I’m not sure if that is true or not.
Post # 7
I was just like you. No symptoms of any kind and I went on to have two perfectly healthy kids! Neither my mom or sister had symptoms either…. so I wonder if this kind of thing runs in families?? No idea…. but many congrats to you on your good news.
Post # 8
Jamergurl921: I made a post like yours a while back. I had no symptoms in the first tri either. It was strange!! I’m 17 weeks and my vomiting started at 13 weeks! I’ve lots of other symptoms too. It’s just different for different people. Glad all is ok in your pregnancy.
Post # 9
My mom was sick all day every day for most of her pregnancy with me. I had nausea frequently during the first tri, but never to the point of actually throwing up. I had symptoms, but fairly mild, especially compared to my mom’s pregnancy. I’m now 39 weeks, so obviously everything is progressing fine. Every pregnancy is different, oftentimes even with the same woman.
I know a woman who has two kids, and never had a single day of morning sickness with either, and almost no other symptoms. I know another who has had several pregnancies, with horrible, all-day morning sickness and every other symptom under the sun, that have ended in miscarriage. Symptoms, or lack thereof, mean very little.