hi. i am 6 weeks pregnant. my second pregnancy. aside from the blood test that showed positive i don't really feel anything, perhaps a bit more tired but that could be normal. i have a little baby at home. what else could help calm me down that the preganancy is continuing, since my ultrasound is only in about two or three weeks. i am so scared and that's probably not very healthy.
Worrying and stressing cannot cause you to miscarry! Anyway, there are a lot of pregnant women who don't have symptoms and have normal deliveries. You're still early in your pregnancy. I didn't start to feel nauseous until I was about 10-11 weeks pregnant.
Check out preg. symptoms on www.epregnancy.com and other baby sites.
thank you so much, you calmed me down. i guess i should be thankfull that i am feeling well. perhaps thought i am more tired. that's normal too, no? well i guess i will just have to wait another two weeks. until i do my ultrasound.
I never had any symptoms other than implantation bleeding and cramping from the uterus stretching, but not every woman experiences that. It is normal to be tired during your first trimester, and your third, so it sounds like you are doing well. Good luck to you!!
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