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June 8th, 2011, 07:25 AM
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Hi everyone...this is my first time using a forum, but I'm so excited about my pregnancy and I'm just dying to share it with the world! We've decided to hold off telling our parents until Father's day, when I'll be 6 weeks and 2 days pregnant, approximately

I'm just wondering, my first symptoms were very, very sore boobs! Even just grazing them hurt last week. Then I had terrible nausea that lasted all day and night, but today, nothing. My boobs are tender but not bad, and I'm not feeling nauseous at all, and I'm freaking out! Is everything okay? This is my first pregnancy and I'm terrified that something will go wrong.

Any advice would be wonderful.

Thank you!
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