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8529755 tn?1412629642

disappearing symptoms

I'm 9 weeks three days and my breast don't hurt as much and morning sickness seems to be getting better. I'm still nauseous just I can manage it. Is this normal? Ftm here by the way. And I'm always hot.
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For me that was very normal.  Except I was always vomiting and nauseous my boobs hurt off and on still and now im 18 wks
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8186845 tn?1415020547
Consider yourself lucky!! =)
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8529755 tn?1412629642
I'm knocking on wood just in case it comes back lol.  Thanks for the reply. It's funny the post with man drama or any other drama gets 40 responses but real questions get two or three.
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My boobs were really sore and then around 10 weeks started to feel better.  I'm at 13 wks now and all is fine.  I think what you are experiencing is normal. ;-)
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Chisaac I asked a legitimate question about severe back pain and didn't get a single response the other day! The top posts that always have 10+ are always related to "venting". Annoying since most of us come here for pregnancy related advice!

And on that note I was like you and worried if my lack pain in my boobs fading meant something, but turned out they just stopped hurting and all is well! Im 18 weeks now.

If you're like me you will question every symptom and lack of symptoms, but most of the time everythings fine and it's just par for the course!
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Ive had the same experience todaym im 9 weeks and lost my vomiting lost my fatigue and lost my food aversion.  Im soo scared. But I guess thats normal.  No spotting or cramping so positive thinking it is!
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I have heard that a lot of symptoms start to go away near the end of the first trimester and beginning of the second. I have also heard they come in the third. I would panic though too, especially since I've had 2 miscarriages. If you are really concerned though you should call the Dr and talk to the nurse, if anything to help calm your nerves.
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8529755 tn?1412629642
Thank you all for your reply it makes me feel so much better and is good to know the actually is a real support group in here. Jojobeaner I'm sorry about your back pain I hope you find some relief.
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