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November 10th, 2013, 07:02 AM
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I went back and thought there was a thread on this but there wasn't. OR I just couldn't find it.

This has been the third morning in a row that I don't feel pregnant waking up. No fatigue, no nausea, no bloating no nothing. With my other miscarriages I never had these many symptoms, (not in my two liv births either). With my misscarriages I felt pregnant all the was up until I miscarried.

I will be 8 weeks this week. My appointment is the 14th. TIA
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November 10th, 2013, 08:06 AM
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I know it's scary, but don't freak out yet! I am also one of the lucky/unlucky ones that doesn't get many symptoms. My morning sickness has completely disappeared, but if I remember correctly, I only ever got 1-2 weeks worth with my two successful pregnancies (weeks 6-8). My appointment is tomorrow (the 11th), so I'm waiting, too.
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November 10th, 2013, 08:49 AM
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I wouldn't worry either; symptoms can come and go. One day I feel huge and sick and the next day I feel back to my old self!
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November 10th, 2013, 10:48 AM
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My symptoms disappeared for a while too. It completely freaked me out and I called the doctor's office -- because I'm "high risk" (i.e., 38 and advanced maternal age), they brought me in to check me out. I would think you've been labeled "high risk" too -- call them tomorrow, tell them how upset you are, and see if you can come in. It's probably nothing -- like the other ladies said, symptoms have a tendency to come and go -- but if you're super upset (like I was), see if you can go in.

(((Hugs))) Keep us posted!!!!!
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November 11th, 2013, 02:08 AM
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My nausea disappeared for a couple of days at around 6 1/2 weeks. It freaked me out too, but then it came back and has stuck around since then. Good luck with the appointment this week!
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November 11th, 2013, 02:52 AM
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I remember with my son's pregnancy, just before my 2nd trimester started, most of my symptoms went away too and I completely freaked out. Turns out I just got a break for a few weeks. I am actually hoping that happens soon with this one because I need a break from throwing up and feeling nauseous. I know it is nerve wracking, but you are likely evening out in your hormones and settling into your pregnancy.
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November 11th, 2013, 06:00 AM
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Mine came and went in the early days....then it would come back even stronger! Now I am starting to wonder if I will ever get back to 100%! lol. When I do get a break, I totally embrace those moments.
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November 13th, 2013, 05:54 AM
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Thank you ladies for your reassurance! I can't even imagine throwing up with morning sickness. For you ladies that have MS bad I wish I could come to your house and help you out! (()) I live in Kansas BTW!

I wake up and feel normal. I wanted to go take a picture of my belly but there is not "bloat" to take a picture of. I don't have heartburn anymore nor do I have the constant carsickness like symptoms! Just added with the feeling yesterday that my period was going to start was making me worried. I really fear for tomorrow. So many time we have gone in for the first US and there hasn't been a heartbeat or anything viable! Thank you again ladies!!
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November 13th, 2013, 05:59 AM
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Symptoms can come and go - but it certainly is unnerving.

Try to stay positive, as that's something you can control.

Keep us posted on how things go tomorrow - good luck!
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