I am appx 5w 2d and I do not have very many symptoms of pregnancy. I had an ultrasound done last week and they saw a sac but said it was too early to see anything else. I feel a bit of fatigue and mild cramping on and (no blood). I had a m/c about 8 months ago so I'm just worried. I feel like I should be experiencing nausea or something. Is it just too early still?
I never had one single symptom throughout this pregnancy and I am now 36 weeks 5 days pregnant with a little girl. I worried, too, like you. Thought that it was an ectopic pregnancy, a blighted ovum, an empty sac, that I was going to have a miscarriage, etc. Even after my first ultrasound, I still worried. Try not to. You may just be lucky. Good luck.
Not everybody feel nauseous, my first 2 pregnancy were hard I was sick all the time and now this one is very easy . I think miscarriage is every pregnant women's biggest fear but u can't be stressing Cus that can cause u to miscarry .
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