Hi to everyone!
I made it through the week of resting and have no spotting or cramping. Now the nauseau has set in. I hear this is a good sign. (not sure why, but oh well) I go for my US on Monday to see if there is a sac, not sure because I am only 4-5 weeks pg. I have really enjoyed reading the posts this week. All the entries give me hope.
To all who are newly pg hang in there and pray , we are in this together... I think my due date will be around March 29, along way to go. Any other Aries babies out there?????????
To all of you who are trying keep your chin up and it will happen soon, take care,
i am 5 weeks pregnant with my second baby. with my first pregnancy i had severe lower back pain starting at 5 weeks. my ob said it was very normal and actually one of the first symptoms that many pregnant women have. so far with this pregnancy i have only had mild back pain.
best of luck!
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