aw that's good. Just remember it's not the actually number that matters, it's what that number does. It should double or more every 48 or so hours so as long as it's nice and high then everything should be okay. I wouldn't worry about the symptoms. I was about 7 weeks before I started to get any and even then it was just majorly sore boobs and fatigue, and they're still my main symptoms now. Some women don't get any symptoms at all so you never know. Has the spotting stopped now? As a general rule they don't become concerned unless the bleeding is heavy enough to fill up a pad an hour and the cramps are bad. The fact the spotting was coming and going isn't a bad sign so be happy about that! I'm alright - getting better than I was. Got my scan next Friday so excited and nervous for that!
Just a quick note to say hi! yeah definitely. Any other questions don't hesitate to ask. Ball of cells is crazy eh! The first 12 weeks are the most important though, that's where the majority of the growth and development happens so make sure you do take care of yourself! Use it as an excuse to get DF to do everything haha!
Just a quick note to say hi! Yeah I know how you feel. I work 8 hours Saturday and Sundays and I'm on my feet constantly the whole time. It's horrible. I've definitely struggled with the fatigue and the backache that comes with being on my feet. But it's something I just need to get used to. Just make sure you're snacking in between even if you don't get a break. Something simple as a piece of fruit, and make sure you're drinking plenty. Over doing things and not eating/drinking regularly can be really bad especially in the first 3 months.
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