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pregnancy symptoms

hi..I'm 6 weeks 2 days pregnant,but the only symptoms I have is fatigue,and sore swollen breasts. should I be worried? I have had a chemical pregnancy 4 years ago, and.I'm terrified to go through it again.
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I'm terrified of having another miscarriage. I'm just ready to actually feel prego
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I'm terrified of having another miscarriage. I'm just ready to actually feel prego
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I thought i was lucky with dropping asleep and the tender breast but as soon as 7 weeks came so did the nausea lol im almost 10 weeks nd im glad the nausea slowing down just wish my breast didnt hurt so much lol
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Yup, as long as your not doubling over in pain
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are period like cramps common this early too??
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Thanks ladies
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I didnt get any symptoms til i was 8 wks
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305005 tn?1358728290
It's normal :) I never had real symptoms with both my boys or this one
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Its nothing to worry about. the only symptoms i ever had was fatigue and breast tenderness and my daughter is now nine weeks old. your just one of the lucky ones. or it could just start later for you. good luck.
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