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still pregnant?

About a week ago, my period was late and I took a pregnancy test.  It was positive and I also got it confirmed at the dr the next day.  I'm wondering now if I possibly miscarried without knowing because I no longer have nausea.  I don't know if I'm just being paranoid or not.  No spotting or bleeding or anything else though.  Has this happened to anyone else?  I'm about 6 weeks along and have my first prenatal appt in two weeks.
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I'm almost 7 weeks along and the same thing happened to me...until today. Went for a long drive with my boyfriend and came back so nauseous. Completely normal. With my first every day was a different level of nausea.
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Thanks.  I think I just needed a little reassurance!  I am just so excited about being pregnant and so afraid something is going to go wrong.  Thanks for responding! :)
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It's not uncommon to have the nausea come and go. ;) There's been no signs of a miscarriage so I wouldn't worry. Congrats
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I don't think you miscarried because you would've bled or spotted or had some symptoms
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Just because you don't feel sick don't mean you miscarried. Every woman is not the same. And you shouldn't be worried cause there is no sign of a miscarriage. You said you not bleeding or anything so plz enjoy this.
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