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Fourth pregnancy no symptoms
I know everyone says each pregnancy is different. However, I'm having no symptoms other than a bad attitude. Period was due on 1/4/13 one at home test was positive two more after that we're faint lines??? Just wondering if anyone else has had a pregnancy with no symptoms???
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With my first I was deathly ill for the first 3 mo, and with this set of twins I have also been very sick, but with my second daughter I had zero symptoms... I only gained 8 lbs the whole time and she is perfectly healthy!  I don't know how or why they can be so different but they definitely can be!
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I had no symptoms my first 4 weeks besides cyst pain on my ovary... But sounds like youre lucky maybe with the 4th one! i wouldnt worry sooner or later you will begin all over again with the morning sickness ect lol
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It sounds like you're concerned this may not be a healthy pregnancy.  

This is kind of a wait and see situation - it does sound like it might not be a viable pregnancy,  but it certainly could be.

Best wishes.
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I had no symtoms with either of my first two pregnancies. They resulted in two beautiful girls. Don't worry. Every pregnancy is different.
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