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Hi girls. I think I am just looking for a little support. I am nervous because I woke up feeling great today. I know that sounds strange, but after feeling pretty yucky all week, it makes me think that something is wrong. My chest is no where near as sore as it was 2 days ago, I am not really bloated anymore, I have a lot of energy this morning, I just feel really good. However, I am scared because it happened over night. Last night I felt terrible, and had a really bad headache, so I fell asleep after work for 3 hours. When I woke up, I felt much better. Now this morning I have almost no symptoms. Has anyone else had this?? I just felt better when I had some kind of symptom, it reassured me that my little bean is in there and growing, you know? Any thoughts would be much appreciated, I am sure I am just over reacting...
I am sure you're overreacting hunny ... enjoy feeling great while you can!
I feel better today but I think that's because I popped a Tylenol PM last night to get some much needed sleep! My boobs are still slightly sore and I'm still a bit bloated but other than that, I feel fine. I am 4 weeks today.
I've been going through the same feelings/worries. My symptoms have been so mild that I sometimes think I'm making them up and worry that I'm no longer pregnant. I feel like taking another pregnancy test every day just to reassure myself. It's good to know that symptoms can come and go so quickly.
I feel the same way. However I have noticed that my bloating and sore boobs get better when I eat healthy and drink a lot of water, so I reassure myself that everything is fine. You never know how you'll feel from one day to the next. Don't worry!