Your symptoms do not show until you are 6-8 weeks. Then you will feel them very much, don’t wait for them, just be glad if you don’t have them. It doesn’t mean that your baby isn’t healthy if you don’t have symtoms. It’s perfectly normal not to feel pregnant at all for the first few weeks. Good luck when you get them 😉
I didnt find out i was pregnant until I was six and a half weeks….5 days after I graduated High School. The day after I found out…I got sick, and stayed sick from then on out. Maybe you will be one of the lucky ones and dont feel symptoms at all!!!;)
i’m one of the lucky ones…i have only thrown up 3 times and i am 12 wks……the only things i have is being tired, peeing alot, and kinda sore breasts….i eat alot and sometimes feel fat even though i only weigh 130, i haven’t gained any weight yet………just feel lucky to not have symptoms yet….
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