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Q: Lost All Symptoms


Hello,

I know that there is a lot of worry in pregnant ladies about everything but it always helps to hear the thoughts on what other women think so here it goes...
I have had two miscarriages all within a year and they lasted pretty long. Shortest one I believe was 9 weeks and the other one almost 16 weeks. Both of them ended with cramping and all symptoms lost. Well I am 6.4 weeks now and never really had many feeling to start with but my breasts did get a little sore for awhile and I was feeling tired all the time and some nausea here and there but for the last few days...nothing. Not tired, not sore, nothing. Have still been having some bad headaches though. I'm very worried because this was the signs for all my past miscarriages. It is hard of course after having lost so many times and I am trying to stay very positive about it but I can't help to feel like it is turning out the same as before. Any hopeful thoughts would be greatly appreciated

This question was asked Aug. 18, 2011 2:42pm
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Answered by dmpage - Sep. 16, 2011 3:30pm
Hi! Hoping all is well...any news?

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Answered by KellyB104 - Aug. 19, 2011 8:28pm
I had a miscarriage back in December and am currently pregnant again :-) I am 7 weeks today...and a few days ago lost ALL my symptoms. My breasts were no longer sore, the bloating went away, everything...gone. I called my doc and they ordered me in for a sono. WE SAW the heartbeat right away and everything measured up normal! :-) My symptoms are since back, but do come and go.

Don't stress until you have a reason to :-) Good luck!

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Answered by a member - Aug. 19, 2011 1:39pm
Thank you everyone for your comments. It is nice to hear other thoughts about it. I really hope this time all it is is a hiccup in my pregnancy and nothing wrong. Three more days and hopefully I can find out whats going in there.

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Answered by super_sally888 - Aug. 19, 2011 8:24am
It may still be early for MS to be kicking in. Here I was thinking I had escaped it all at six weeks. But it's kicked in at 6 1/2 weeks and its not letting up yet.

Don't worry too much yet, easy said after a loss. I've had at least 3 losses before this one, so I do know how you feel.

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Answered by 2Beemee - Aug. 18, 2011 10:06pm
Sticky bean dear!!

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Answered by airiesing - Aug. 18, 2011 6:48pm
I had that around 5 weeks. nothing for 3 days,(and I was FREAKING) called the doc & got my levels checked, MS kicked in the next day even before I got my results. Almost 8 weeks now & nausea is kicking my hiney! I'd go ahead & call your doc, I would imagine with your history they would go ahead & check you even if just for reassurance & if your levels are low, get you on progesterone to keep you steady. *sticky vibes*

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