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No pregnancy symptoms

Hello, I am 4 wks 4 days and so happy to be pregnant... However I do not experience any of the common symptoms: no breast soreness, no morning sickness, no mood swings (I am too happy! ;-)  I am concerned because I have had 2 miscarriages before. I am 42 so this is probably my last chance :-( Does this happen that some women have no symptoms (it was the same in my previous pregnancies) or could there be a hormonal issue? Should I tell the doc? What can they test? Thanks very much for all your advice
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Hey :) i started getting sick once i hit six weeks. But everyone is different. I think its abit to early 4 u
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I agree... Symptoms usually don't start till 6 weeks.
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My hit full force at 5+3. Enjoy it while you can!
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I'm 8+3 and only symptom I have is the sore boobs!
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Enjoy the lack of symptoms, they'll hit soon enough. X
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Oh thanks a lot everyone for your reassuring comments... It's so hard not to worry when you have had mcs. I wish you all good luck and a happy pregnancy...
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Dont worry about symptoms- didnt know i was pregnant till 14 weeks. Had symptoms in second trimester. Dont stress and relax, just enjoy your food while you still can coz am miserable. I dont feel hungry, i have to keep track when i last ate and most foods taste like eating compost so enjoy you window period:)
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