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Loss of symptoms...

I am just barely 5 weeks pregnant.  All last week I had very sore and full breasts.  Since Friday they've slowly gotten less and less full and only my nipples are sore (but barely) now.  This is what happened to me in my last pregnancy when our baby stopped developing so I'm really starting to worry.  The only difference was that my progesterone was really low last pregnancy and this one it's been great.  

Please tell me this is normal.  I was hoping that they would start hurting again today, but it's less and less.  I don't go back to the doctor until Tuesday to see the sac.  
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Thanks ladies.  I'm trying to stay positive, but after our miscarriage last year it's really hard.  I was hoping the tenderness would come back.  

I don't know if I can wait until Tuesday.  I might go in tomorrow for another beta....
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OMG, this happened to me a few weeks ago. I am now almost 8 weeks.
When I was around 5 I went into the Dr's office asking them to take blood again because all symptoms went away.  They advised me it's too early for symptoms & the meds is what throws us off.  Hang in there.  My pregnancy is still going strong.
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Don't stress yourself out.  This can be very normal.  I had it happen and everything was fine.  As long as you are not cramping and bleeding, take it easy and just wait for Tues.  I know, easier said than done.  Sending SSBD your way!
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