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Don't feel pregnant

I'm 5 + weeks and don't feel pregnant. Had a few period like cramps and a bit of pain on my left boon but that's it. Is it normal?? Have a bit brownish discharge usually on a morning is that normal?
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I would like to know the answer to this question as well I'm 9 weeks and I don't feel any different outside of a few cramps and not being able to eat as much in one sitting.
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I'm 7wks3days and dont feel pregnant half the time. It's so small right now we cant feel it or hear a heartbeat. Unless you're bleeding or have bloody discharge I wouldn't worry.
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It's normal to get a few cramps here and then especially when your only a couple weeks. I'm not sure about the brown discharge, that never happened to me. Don't worry if you don't feel pregnant yet, trust me you'll get everything later. I was like you when I was only a few weeks. As more weeks went by I started vomiting alot, slept alot, headaches, heart burn, sore breasts, hormones kicked in I was mad and sad and happy, my body felt sore, cramps here and then still, and I'm still waiting on what's more to come lol I'm only 24 weeks
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I didn't feel pregnant in the beginning either ! My breasts were sore but that's about it. Most people say consider yourself lucky that you aren't throwing up constantly lol . You'll start to feel pregnant soon! I think I really started feeling it at about 12 weeks .
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I'm 26 weeks so trust me when I tell you it is coming. Quick And unexpected. Just hang in there
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Well I have 1 child and my Boobs started about 7 weeks that's how I knew I was expecting. This one is so different as we want it soooo much. Our 1st wasn't planned but wouldn't change him for the world. Thanks everyone for the support xx
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