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Pregnancy Symptoms

So this is my third pregnancy. I have a 20 month old daughter and I had a miscarriage in Sept. I am 6 weeks pregnant again and was just wondering if anyone else's pregnancy symptoms come and go? So days my boobs really hurt... Others not so much. Also sometimes I have back pain and other times not much. The nausea comes and goes too. I don't remember my 1st pregnancy very well so I'm not sure if this is how
it was then or not. I guess I'm just curious if it's normal for symptoms to be worse one say and ease up the next.... Thoughts?
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I'm around only 4 weeks and mine come and go too. The nipple soreness is the most fickle for me. I was in agony yesterday, but zero pain so far today. :) So I'm guessing its normal.
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It is not uncommon. There is definatly no book on how you should feel at 6 weeks pregnant which is why so many women dont even know they are pregnant. Some women will have every symptom in the book while others wouldnt know they are pregnant because they feel exactly the same. It is also not uncommon to have a symptom and then have it go away. For both of my pregnancies the first trimester basically consisted of some bloating and fatigue. I didnt even know I was pregnant until I was around 9 weeks.
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