im nearly 5 months pregnant but i dont feel pregnant at all! has this happened 2 any1 else
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Vivianne - posted on 05/24/2013
I am 34 this is my first pregnancy. I don't or have not felt felt sick at all. I'm told I'm lucky although I feel very tired but I'm not sure how I should feel. Because I don't feel anything different. I can not wait for the arrival of my little one. But all you guys talking on different symptoms yet I don't feel them. Should I be more worried. When will I start to feel pregnant????
Felicia - posted on 01/23/2010
I'm almost 20 weeks which is 5 months I do believe I did not get morning sickness either and well I'm showing I mean really showing but I'm sure you will soon and I have not felt the baby kick yet either and this is my first baby so this is all new to me I hope everything works out for you!
Sarah - posted on 01/25/2010
I'm in the same boat, I'm at 7 months now and feel movement all the time, but for the first five or so months, I didn't look pregnant, didn't feel kicking and have been fortunate enough to not be sick at all. Then, in the span of a week or two my stomach muscles gave, which felt like I had been doing crunches when I hadn't and all of the sudden I had the baby belly, which is now quite a nice bulge. Enjoy your little one's gymnastics when you feel them, eventually they might even keep you awake at night and greet you in the morning.
Ana - posted on 09/07/2013
My 1st baby girl (I say tried to kill me) She would not come out, and I was sick from month 2-5 EVERY DAY AND NIGHT!
My 2nd baby girl was good to me, never got sick one day. and she shot out of me like a bullet on delivery day with no epidural! 2 weeks early!
Amber - posted on 01/28/2010
I am coming up on four months, 15 weeks to be exact. I have a little baby bump it could be mistaken though for just a little weight gain... I never had any sickness and besides my nipples being extremely sore and being a bit emotional, there hasn't been any real change in my life. I thought I would be euphoric or something I guess, I don't know what I thought. I just thought that it would be different. I guess when I had thought about pregnancy I only thought about it as people who are out to there with the huge belly thing going on and eating a ton and they always seemed to be smiling, that is until they were just done with the whole thing and ready to give birth. I just thought that it would be different somehow, but honestly if I didn't go to the doctor and see the little one once in a while I would just think I was putting on a little weight... The only change and I can call it a huge perk is that my ridiculously horrid periods are gone. As a matter of fact the doctor told me this time that when my uterus is stretching to expect pains like my period cramps, which I think I have felt what other people must feel during their periods, which is about a 20th of the cramping I normally feel during mine, normally I am nauseous because of my stupid period cramps, so it has been so nice to be pain free for 4 months!!!!!! Besides that there is no way I would think that my body is going through what it is going through. I can't wait to feel the baby, I think it will make it so much more real for me...
Samantha - posted on 01/28/2010
Actually, Yes. I didn't start showing at all until I was almost 7 months pregnant. I still was doing everything I normally would do when I wasn't pregnant. I went to the water parks and went on rides, took an occasional boat ride, went swimming, moved 2 times, and still worked. It didn't feel like I was pregnant at all, but I knew I was. But just because you don't feel pregnant doesn't mean your not. Because starting at 7 months I became high risk too. I started to have contractions and got put on Nifedipine until I was 36 weeks along. I had to quit my job, and sit around the house. Now going from being very active to not being able to do really anything is hard, but I had to. I never had any morning sickness no real signs of pregnancy, but not having periods. I didn't start to feel her even move until 24 weeks. So, don't fret. Every pregnancy is different.
Lynsey - posted on 01/26/2010
I definitely felt pregnant the first two months. But that's because morning sickness took over and I didn't know how to properly feed myself.. After that, I sometimes even forgot I was pregnant. Now that I'm almost eight months though, I definitely feel pregnant. Just small things, like, I can't shave my own legs, or a cramp in my hip, or feeling exhausted. It is unusual for all the girls in my family's history of pregnancies though. My grandmother was very ill with her daughters, as my mom, and sister. Like hospital sick, but with boys, they felt like me. They are very jealous of how well my pregnancy is going... (: I laugh.
Sarah - posted on 01/25/2010
Oh, I wish!! This is my second, TOTALLY different than the first! Never felt pregnant, never got sick, just gained a lot of weight. This time around... wow. I'm 19 weeks, and feel like I've been pregnant forEVER! STILL have morning sickness, I feel SO sluggish and tired all the time! Good for you!! and good luck with everything!
Raven - posted on 01/24/2010
Heck, if I knew everything with the baby was healthy as could be, I'd love to be in your position right now. This is my second pregnancy, and this child ( who I refer to as the "demon child" lol ) is so aggressive, kicking and moving ALL the time, and it really hurts sometimes.
But as most have said, every pregnancy is different, and with my first pregnancy, I didn't feel my daughter move until about 5 months, so you should feel the baby moving soon. I've never had morning sickness or any kind of sick while pregnant ( Thank god. )
Good luck and congrats!
Rhiannon - posted on 01/24/2010
i know how you feel i have just over 7 weeks left untill baby #3 is due and this time around things have been completely different the baby moves but not aggressively like my other 2 did and honestly sometimes i forget im pregnant untill i smack my belly on the bench or i get a foot in my ribs. i guess every pregnancy and baby are different. hope u are able to feel your little baby move soon :)
Angele - posted on 01/23/2010
I felt this way. To be truthfully honest I started to really feel pregnant around 26 weeks. I first felt the baby kick at 23 weeks... I wasn't sick at all either. I wasn't showing or anything... I know exactly what you mean! Things will get better! You should start feeling the baby kick rather soon! :) Hang in there!
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