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December 15th, 2012, 10:41 AM
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I think I'm 5 weeks. The only symptoms I have has are cramping, lower back ache and sore boobs and nipples. Last night and this morning my boobs and nipples don't hurt very much. I'm getting scared that something is wrong.
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December 15th, 2012, 11:01 AM
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I haven't gotten that many symptoms to begin with, but I just started having sore boobs about 4 days ago and now they're hardly sore at all. I think it's natural for symptoms to start and stop and worry us mommies. hehe I can't help but be nervous, but I know that this is normal, because I've seen so many ladies talk about the same thing.

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December 15th, 2012, 12:50 PM
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I won't tell you to NOT freak out because I do anyhow, but symptoms can come and go. Hope everything is ok.
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December 15th, 2012, 12:53 PM
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I was actually just googling this earlier today.

I do believe it is normal. I've panicked more times than I can count because some days/hours/etc. my boobs are much more sore than others. Yesterday I woke up bawling my eyes out because they weren't very sore, conveniently after getting non-ideal news at my ultrasound... of course I immediately suspected the worst.

Today it's the same - I woke up with very sore boobs, went back to sleep and woke up with them not really bothering me... just woke up AGAIN, from a nap, and they were sore for the first half hour then eased up again. They were sore nonstop though, until about 5.5ish weeks then the off and on thing started for me.

What a rollercoaster ride this is, right!?
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December 15th, 2012, 01:07 PM
DeletedUser12345's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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I googled it and it made me feel worse. I am 7 weeks now. At 5 weeks I think my symptoms were the worst and then around the 6th, they started to go away and I am eating more and feeling more normal like there is nothing in there. My back is hurting at work still, of course.. and I want to eat more. I still have a few food aversions but only when I really think about eating something. I went to the ER yesterday because that combined with blood and a decent sized clot was freaking me out.. but turns out everything is fine and baby has a healthy heartbeat and everything. I was very relieved. I hope you find some relief.. but I was panicking about everything and I know how scary that feels.
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