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Hello im 13 weeks 3 days with #2 with my first its been ALMOST 4 years since i did this and i dont remember with her feelig this way but nausea has stopped unless im incredibly hungry, sore boobs gone and stomach feels different how many of you ladies felt or feel this way. Some say its normal i say its scary lol next obgyn appointment is Wednesday someone make me feel better
Now that your in your second trimester, it's normal for symptoms to fade. I know that around 12 weeks is when I started to feel better. This is my first baby so I can't really compare it to any of my other pregnancies. Even if you felt different with your first pregnancy, every pregnancy is different so it's completely normal. Try not to worry, which is easier said than done of coarse; I know how nerve-wrecking early pregnancy can be.
actually, this is incredibly normal. A LOT of celebs are coming out as saying they had a hard time connecting with their unborn children. same thing with my second. there wasn't the joy and the fear like with the first. maybe it's because we've already gone down that road and sort of know what to expect. i literally felt like i was a pod, just carrying this little thing around. i didn't start to connect until right before he was born, and then i thought HE was a SHE so there was another two weeks or so before we really started bonding. with number three, it's just like it was with number one, very exciting and nervous. don't feel bad or guilty, it's entirely normal. just keep track of that stuff AFTER the baby is born, because (no studies done on this, just speculation) it may increase your risk of PPD. run your feelings by your doc but don't fret too much. and who knows, maybe after you know what you're having it will start to feel better.