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8 Weeks Pregnant & have sudden insomnia. Could I be ready to miscarry??

I'm 8 weeks pregnant and I have recently not been sleeping well at night (insomnia) whereas previously (the last 7 weeks) I was very exhausted and slept like a baby.  Could this be a sign that I'm going to miscarry??  
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776572 tn?1360294339
it's totally normal to have fluctuations in energy levels. i went through extreme fatigue as well as occasional insomnia in the early weeks. try not to worry!
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1666034 tn?1316914853
Nooooo why would it be a sign you're going to miscarry? You're most likely just paranoid, if it makes u feel better bring it up to you ob.
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287246 tn?1318573663
Nope.  Totally normal even during early pregnancy.
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1609417 tn?1389646378

if this happens with other symptoms like cramping and bleeding then yes. but if u don't have any other signs then ur safe n things r most probably going well. my symptoms subsided on week 9 so take it easy n don't stress
have a H&H pregnancy!
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776572 tn?1360294339
it's totally normal to have fluctuations in energy levels. i went through extreme fatigue as well as occasional insomnia in the early weeks. try not to worry!
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