I got my BFP 7 days ago and will be 5 weeks pregnant tomorrow after my first cycle of IVF with ICSI. I was so overwhelmed when I found out I was pregnant and it feels like it was so long ago! Apart from being tired and yawning all the time, I have mild symptoms of sore breasts, constipation and no sickness yet. I felt nausious on and off after implantation, for several days, but it seems to have disappeared. Is there anyone else out there also 5 weeks pregnant, and if so, what symptoms are you experiencing? It's sometimes difficult to believe there's an embryo developing inside, when I'm not feeling much....my cramps have also disappeared. Is it normal to experience no pain etc. whilst the embryo is developing?
I'm 4 weeks pregnant and are still experiencing period like symptoms, I presume this is as a result of the progesterone vaginal pessaries that I'm taking and now that I'm pregnant, the dose has doubled!! I'm getting backache, stomach cramps and leg cramps, as before.
I'm having to urinate more, can't stop, tired and falling asleep early during the evening, sore boobs especially at night when I'm in bed and have to get up for the loo, they really hurt then. I've kept feeling dizzy but not been sick or anything yet. I understand that morning sickness can start from week 5 (next week for me)!!
I am 5 weeks 1 day pregnant and although I started feeling nauseous last night - haven't actually been sick. Still getting cramps and I think food craving have begun too. My first u/sound isn't until 22 Dec - so anxiously welcoming any sign/symptom for a healthy pregnancy in the meantime! I just feel so tired all the time, even after sleeping for 12 hours...
I am 5 weeks pregnant and not really having any symptoms. I am not even feeling that my breasts are sore. I am having some food cravings but that could just be me because I had cravings before I was pregnant. I am feel really tired though.
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