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Not feeling tired during first trimester - is this normal?

Hi, I am 6 weeks pregnant and I am not feeling the affects of overwhelming fatigue.  i am really worried, I dont have morning sickness either. I had a miscarriage at 3 months about 7 months ago and I didnt feel these symptoms either..any advice?

Thanks!
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Ask your doc about checking progesterone levels and maybe using some progesterone cream, to sustain the pregnancy.
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Honestly, I the ONLY symptoms of pregnancy were large tender breasts!  I am  20 weeks now and everything is fine!
Sometimes people have perfectly normal pregnancies symptom free!! Relax and Good Luck!
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Im a little over 16 weeks and I dont have any symptoms of pregnancy either.  Besides my breasts being a little tender thats it.  My Dr says every thing is fine.  The only time Ive actually had cramp like feelings was the week before I found out I was pregnant, other than that no morning sickness or anything.  Best of Luck Jen
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