I don't feel pg anymore - Am I just

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I don't feel pg anymore - Am I just
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Sat, 03-06-2010 - 10:54am
freaking out over nothing?
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Sat, 03-06-2010 - 11:15am

I have no experience with this.
How far along are you? I'm guessing this is a calm before the storm.
If you're really concerned contact your doctor (MW) and let them know.

Susan

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Sat, 03-06-2010 - 12:17pm
Sorry, I should have included that I am 6 wks tomorrow.
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Sat, 03-06-2010 - 12:32pm

This is a hard question to answer. I'm not sure I really "felt" pregnant

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Sat, 03-06-2010 - 1:30pm
Try not to worry

~Kathy

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Sun, 03-07-2010 - 9:29pm
Thanks all.
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Sun, 03-07-2010 - 9:59pm

I started responding to your post earlier but got distracted by my girls, then lost track of time. Sorry for the late response...

Anyway, sometimes in early pregnancy there are very few symptoms. If I recall correctly, I didn't start to feel pregnant until I was approaching 7 weeks. Then it hit me like a ton of bricks, LOl! I know how nerve wracking that not-feeling-pregnant feeling is, but try to hang in there and think positively. Good luck at your doc visit Tuesday and please let us know how it goes. Be well and think positively. : )

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Mon, 03-08-2010 - 6:07pm

While I wouldn't say you are "freaking out over nothing", I would agree with Kathy (last commenter) that pregnancy symptoms do come and go.

I think us pregnant moms (regardless of age) over analyze every single symptom or lack of symptom!!! LOL

I remember telling my OB that I really didn't feel pregnant, but that I knew I was for sure b/c it was an in vitro pregnancy and we had u/s confirmation. She assured me that it is normal for pregnancy symptoms to come and go...it is nerve-wracking though!

I remember puking until 20 weeks with #1 (but it didn't kick in until 8 weeks...the in vitro baby) and then panicking b/c I had absolutely no m/s with #2...a boy. Hmmm.....!

So, hang in there! Think about this...there's some programming on either TLC or Discovery Health..."I didn't Know I was Pregnant"...until I popped out a baby on my toilet! LOL Remain calm and if it's really bothering you, call your OB and perhaps they can work you in for early u/s.

Good luck,
Valerie

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Sun, 03-14-2010 - 11:43am
how are you doing?
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Mon, 03-15-2010 - 9:09am
I'm still here.
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Mon, 03-15-2010 - 3:04pm

Hi there!!!

I am 8 weeks and 42yrs having my 3rd after 13.5yrs. Go figure!!! I haven't had m/s, tender breasts ya, but heck at 42yrs that's a part of life. I, too, have been thinking something isn't right because its been so easy and at 42yrs I thought maybe it would be more likely to have all the dreaded early pregnancy symptoms but I feel great. Just as I did with my other two and they are healthy wonderful kids.Welcome to pregnancy!!! LOL!! We worry when we feel horrible, we worry when we feel terrific and worry when we feel everything in between. If you are really worried talk to your doctor/midwife and maybe they can put your mind at ease. We are probably worrying about nothing!!!

Oh and congratulations!!!