9w4d pregnant and not having any symptoms.

Misty - posted on 05/02/2012 ( 12 moms have responded )




It was confirmed last week by ultra sound that I was indeed pregnant. I haven't had any real symptons. My boobs hurt a little at first but now they are fine. I'm not having morning sickness or nausea
Off and on all day today I have had mild cramping. No bleeding with the cramps.
I'm just scared. Lack of symptons and having cramps=WORRY. It has taken us three years to get pregnant since our last miscarriage.
Anyone else not having symptoms or had mild cramping at almost 10 weeks?


Nikki - posted on 05/03/2012




I didn't have many symptoms in the beginning either and I was really scared too. I had morning sickness off and on but it wasn't a regular thing. I paid for it in the end it came back at 36 weeks, it was awful. Louise is talking about round ligament pain, it is normal, I will post a link to baby centre so you can have a read. Congrats on your pregnancy, I hope it all goes well xx


Louise - posted on 05/03/2012




The mild cramping is normal dont panic. This is just your insides stretching to accomodate the baby. There is nothing to freak out about. If the cramping becomes painful or you bleed then that is the time to go for another scan to see what is going on. I had no symptoms at all with my sons but my daughter made up for it with morning sickness every day for 22 weeks! Just relax everything is fine.

Michelle - posted on 05/02/2012




I'm one of those that don't have any horrible pregnancy symptoms either. I just get really HUGE!!!!

Enjoy it.

Annaleigh - posted on 05/02/2012




That is awesome! I have had that 3 times...and on my 4th now! I don't get morning sickness, other than being really mean its great! Pregnancy without all the craziness! Enjoy being one of the blessed few!

Catalina - posted on 05/02/2012




I just found out I'm 12 weeks pregnant and have had no symptoms at all!

The stress is more damaging, I know it's hard to do but try to have confidence that everything will be fine!

Praying for you Mama!


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Bonnie - posted on 05/04/2012




I am pregnant with my third child and I had no symptoms until around 10 or 11 weeks. Even then for the most part they were mild. Try not to stress. Good luck and congratulations!

Misty - posted on 05/04/2012




Thanks ladies for all your support. I do know I'm quite lucky not to being having morning sickness. After not being pregnant for ten years (and one early miscarriage) you tend to forget things. It's almost as if this is my first pregnancy. Though, it's not-it's been a long time.
We have had infertility issues for the six years so needless to say we are stoked about our new little addition. Our daughter has wanted a sibling for so long.
It just helps to know that your not alone-that there are others that know what your going through.

Whitney - posted on 05/04/2012




I'd have to say u r very lucky. With my daughter I was sick like crazy and had bad cramping. With this one I'm nauseous but don't get sick. But I get the bad cramps. The doctor said they're normal but to drink more water to help.

Aleks - posted on 05/03/2012




That is how majority of my 1st pregnancy was. Consider yourself lucky that you are not neauseous or even vomiting. Its quite unpleasant. It also brings in tiredness too.
Besides, you are still quite early in your pregnancy.....Relax. ENJOY and be happy :-)

Hope - posted on 05/03/2012




Every woman, and every pregnancy is different. You can have 20 pregnancies, although I'm not sure why any sane woman would want to do that!, and each and every one will be either a little different, or COMPLETELY different. I think you should just relax and enjoy the fact that you have no symptoms, because I can give you a laundry list of mine, and each and every one of them was TERRIBLE!! But, I loved each and every minute of both pregnancies-in fact, I even miss being pregnant. My hubby thinks I'm crazy, after all that I went through! :) I had horrible heartburn, nausea and vomiting, from literally the DAY I knew I was pregnant (the test confirmed it) throwing up, not being able to keep anything down from finding out until almost 8 months (with my 1st) and the entire time with my 2nd-even on the operating table during both c-sections, swelling everywhere-face, feet, hands, my whole body, swollen painful boobs, braxton hicks contractions the last two months-to a point where if I had them in public, people repeatedly asked if they should call 911, insomnia, food aversions-to this day I cannot eat chicken . . . need I go on??

But seriously, if you are concerned about the cramping-bring it up to your OB right away-be honest with him/her and everything will be fine!! Enjoy every kick, punch, and roll-it's truly a life-changing experience, so revel in it!! Congrats!!

Tia - posted on 05/03/2012




Dont worry at all. I never had sickness, never missed a cycle for 3 months before I found out. By the time I made an appt with my dr and got my first appt, I was 20 WEEKS!!!! Had NO CLUE. I though I may have been 8 weeks when I first saw him. My daughter is happy and healthy. Don't stress

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