I'm 5 weeks pregnant and have no real symptoms. I took a test and it said pregnant And I missed my last period but I have not had any sickness or tenderness or other issues. I'm wondering if that's common or if something wrong?
Nothings wrong, Feel blessed your not getting the lovely morning sickness, I never had anything till about 12 weeks and the only thing i got was migraines which eased around 17 weeks. I am now 25 weeks and still dont feel pregnant sometimes x
My first pregnancy I never had morning sickness or tenderness, I think I got tired quickly though in begining. I Belive God was trying to take it easy on me the first trimester cuz the last two were Hell! I was put on bed rest at 17 weeks, I had a massive amount of Gull stones, anemia, I had to be one weekly progestrone shots, and at 7 months, I was trying to get out of my car and my knee gave out. I thought I duslicated it at first but it was just badly sprained. Then I was on crutches while 7 months pregnant! I was so miserable at 8 months and the Dr kept telling me if I carried to term my daughter would be at least 9 pounds! Luckily my most severe Gull Stone attack threw me into labor at 37 weeks! After the attack subsided, the labor pain didnt even bother me, so I was able to have a natural 24hour labor and delivery! I just have horrible health luck, so its unlikly anyone else will go through all the same things I did. Just remember God will give mercey along the way to help make the tough parts barrible! So hang in there and Congrats!
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