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Losing symptoms...

I'm only 11 weeks and I haven't been to the doctor yet but I used to feel every symptom,  like my boobs were sore, I was crazy nauseas all the time and always tired but now it seems like I don't feel those anymore that much and I'm only 11 weeks and I thought they didn't start to ease up till second trimester. I've had a miscarriage before so I'm super scared...
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No symptoms can be okay, just as long as you arent having miscarriage symptoms. Try to see a doctor. That will help ease the concern. Hormone levels fluctuate,  though, so you might feel fine for a bit, then the nausea and fatigue might return.
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I know it's difficult but try to have faith. As long as you're not having really painful, constant cramps with bleeding, you'll be okay.
Isn't it funny..? We all want the symptoms to go away but as soon as they do, we worry like hell!
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Yeah I've heard some people have morning sickness the whole pregnancy and then I had a friend who didn't now she was pregnant for 3 months because she just didn't have any symptoms. I'm just super paranoid because of my last miscarriage.
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Every pregnancy is different they could go away and then come back or not at all theres no telling when tho, im 25+ and i still have morning sickness, hoping that goes away soon lol. So unless you are cramping real bad with bleeding i wouldnt stress too much
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