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Early Pregnancy

Hi I have recently found out I am pregnant.  I am actually 5 weeks on Saturday.  I have been feeling really tired and nauseous with sore breasts which is expected.  Yesterday after I left work I had a zest of energy and went home did all the house work and felt fine.  I had a slight off colour discharge.  I miscarried about 14 months ago and of course Im worried that the same thing is happening as I cant understand why today I dont feel pregnant at all.  No feeling sick or tired.  I have butterflies in my tummy worrying - as anyone else experienced this.  My nipples also seem to be quite itchy.
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Pregnancy symptoms come and go. It is still early and my guess is that you have a whole set of symptoms coming soon :) I wouldn't worry. Congrats!
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If you are having discharge that you are concerned about I would call the doctor.  Good luck and keep us posted.
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Im 8 weeks pregnant today - I have been feeling well and havent had any morning sickness although Ive been feeling a bit nausious but nothing too bad.  This morning I went to the loo and was really constipated and when I wiped there was blood not a lot just a bit of dark red and it was watery coloured with mucus.  Is this anything to worry about?  I miscarried over a year ago now and of course the slightest thing is really worrying to me.  Im suppose to go on holiday for a week today but feel so down, Im not sure to ignore the what I saw this morning.  I suppose if Im miscarrying again there isnt a lot I can do about it.
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Hi everyone I was wondering I'm starting to get watery discharge and a bit sore I and am ttcing I am wondering could I be pregnant or not ?
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I am 4 days away from period and having watery stuff leaking from there and it feels like I'm always wet could I be pregnant ?
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