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First Pregnancy!

I took a pregnancy test on Wednesday and it came out positive. I was supposed to get my period that week so that's why I suspected a pregnancy.
So I'm roughly in my fourth week now, but I don't feel any different from what I usually do. The only symptom I had was my missed period.
My partner and I are going to the doctor on Wednesday just to make sure.
But has anybody else experienced this paranoia?
I'd feel so stupid if I wasn't pregnant haha.
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Congrats I did don't worry you'll be fine congratulations on your little bundle of joy this is my second baby and I'm so excited I'm 13 and 3 days
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I had no other symptoms only a positive pregnancy test as well with all 3 of my pregnancy so. I wasn't nauseous or no vomiting. As time went on I just got some heart burn and watched my belly grow. And at times got tired quicker then normal.And both my children arrived healthy and on my 3rd pregnancy at 32 weeks now and it's no different. Just feel blessed that we are a few of the lucky ones that don't suffer with pregnancy. Congratulations.
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Congratulations! This is my first pregnancy and I didn't have any symptoms either except for a missed period. I took a pregnancy test and it came out positive and I still didn't have any symptoms but when I went to the doctor and they confirmed my pregnancy I started getting all types of symptoms. Every pregnancy is different from what I hear. But it's normal of you feel that way!
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