Ok so i knew i was prego before the posutive test.. i had every symptom u could think of.. now i dont feel anything but slight cramps an a lil bit sore boobs.. is that normal? My first pregnancy i didnt kno until later so i didnt have these early on worries.. im 24 im healthy an work 3rd shift but i get adiquet sleep an excercise am i just worryin to much? Doc wont see me til 8 weeks..
Oh yeah, I think the earlier you find out the more you worry too. With my first I had every symptom in the book, my 2nd I had some for about a week and then absolutely none the rest of my pregnancy, I had a healthy baby girl 2 months ago! I found out at 3 1/2 weeks pregnant, only 10 days past ovulation (we were trying). I'm sure all is well! :)
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