10 weeks pregnant and symptoms fading... normal or not?

Krista - posted on 03/06/2011 ( 19 moms have responded )

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Hi,
I'm 10 weeks pregnant and my symptoms are fading. We had a missed miscarriage in the summer, and I hardly experienced any nausea with that pregnancy. We didn't find out until I was 11 weeks that the baby hadn't made it past 8 weeks. With my first child, I was nauseous and vomiting until 17 weeks. We're thrilled to be pregnant again, and I've experienced a bit more nausea, but last week it started to go away, as well as my breast tenderness. I don't see the doctor until next Monday, but I'm so worried something is wrong. Has anyone else had their symptoms fade this early?

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Emy - posted on 04/29/2012

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i have a quastion,the last three month i have a missy period ,my last one was in march 19 i did make pregnancy test many time its negativ do you think am pregnant or just delay, i wish i can know.

Rebekah - posted on 03/15/2011

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Thank you for the update. I just hit 10 weeks with my 3rd and I've noticed my morning sickness fading a little too.

Krista - posted on 03/15/2011

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THanks every one! Went to the Dr.'s on Monday and got to see the little kritter wiggling around on the ultrasound, and hear its heartbeat with the doppler. Guess I was worried for nothing!

Veronique - posted on 03/07/2011

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Before i had my 1st i had 2 miscarriage. When i miscarried the 1st time i woke up one morning and i didn't feel any symptoms anymore and started bleeding. I went to the hospital and they said i miscarried. With the second miscarriage i never had any symptoms and miscarried actually 1 week after i found out. I really don't know what to say except at 10 weeks pregnant with symptoms fading maybe pass another test to see if it says negative then you'll know that the baby is no longer there.

Christina - posted on 03/08/2011

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I've been pregnant 3 times. With my first pregnancy, I didn't really have morning sickness, I got sick a total of 5 times the first trimester. With my second pregnancy, the first trimester I felt sick on and off all day every day. with my third pregnancy, the first trimester I was sick as a dog day and night, couldn't eat a thing. Each pregnancy is different. I'm sure everything is fine but if you're concerned see if you can get in to see your doctor a few days early! Good luck!

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Morris81308 - posted on 04/13/2012

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I'm only 8 weeks and have only been sick once, I'm worried as well and am going to call my doctor.

Vicki - posted on 03/15/2011

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every pregnancy is very different.... i found out very early that i was pregnant with my little girl at just 3 weeks and i no this is abit different but i started getting stomach pains at 5 weeks really bad stomach pains i straight away rang the anti-natal at my local hospital they told my to go in for checks as they thought she was eptopic but thankfully all was fine just fluid on my overie but if you are in any doubt as to why you're 10 weeks pregnant with symptoms fading i seriously urge you to go see the experts you can never be to sure....please dont think you are worrying over nothing that is your little baby..... be sure not sorry :)

Angela - posted on 03/09/2011

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Hi, With my first I had no sickness what so ever, than I fell pregnant again, all the signs were the same as the first, but I ended up miscarrying around six weeks with really bad cramping pains etc. Than I fell pregnant again and had a bit of nausea, but again I lost this one around eight weeks, thought had no pain or cramping. Pregnancy number four came as a little bit of a suprise as it was only six weeks after my last miscarriage. At about eight weeks I notice the nausea subsiding and due to previous miscarriages, I had continued to do pee tests to moniter the levels, and was freaked out when the lines started to get lighter too. I was convinced that I had lost this one too, so I made the doctor do another blood test to check the hormone levels. Everything was increasing normally there, and I am currently 35 weeks pregnant with our second daughter. The pee tests aren't always a reliable test as one of the other people suggested trying, and this had actually caused me more stress. My symptoms faded somewhat, but then a few weeks later they kicked into a whole new ball game. The best way to settle any fears is just try to get to the doctor sooner to do another blood test.

Sarah - posted on 03/08/2011

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pregnancy differs from one to the other... i found that out. i didn't have any symptoms with my son at all it was a smooth pregnancy and delivery, 6 yrs later my daughter i had nausea and vomiting everyday til the last few weeks, i was constantly sick, and had every symptom imaginable, and delivery was way longer than with my son. so i wouldn't worry too much until you talk to your doc. sorry late post.... :) but i hope it helps!!

Bonnie - posted on 03/07/2011

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Every pregnancy is different. It could very well be normal to be 10 weeks pregnant with symptoms fading. Some women don't get any symptoms and some have symptoms that fade and may or may not come back.

Rebekah - posted on 03/07/2011

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A very simple pregnancy test might help ease your mind. Generally, as your pregnancy hormone increases, the line on a pregnancy test gets darker (obviously, only up to a point). But, by 10 weeks, I would expect the control line and the pregnant line to be the same color (darkness). So, if you took one of the basic pregnancy tests and it revealed that you had little to no pregnancy hormone (a faint line) then you'd know you were losing the pregnancy.

Carolyn - posted on 03/06/2011

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i think it is important however to note that the above poster had zero symptoms as opposed to fading symptoms.

in my opinion this can be a significant difference.

Nadia - posted on 03/06/2011

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Krista, i went through the same thing! so i totally know how worried you are. With my first i was nausious for the first 3 months and then i was ok... and when i got pregnant again after trying for a year i felt fabulous! kept telling everyone i had no sickness etc... well it wasn't till i went in for my 12 week appointment that we realized the baby had died at 8 weeks :( so when i got pregnant again 6 months later i was soooooooo worried it was gonna happen again. But this time i was SUPER sick! i spent 3 months on the couch, barely ate a thing... it was awful. So i hate to say, but in my experience not having symptoms was a very bad sign for me... however, every pregnancy is different (i have 2 girls and they were both sooo different) so stay positive. maybe you'll be one of those lucky women who has a great pregnancy and hardly ever feels sick! don't stress about being 10 weeks pregnant with fading symptoms until you see the doctor. I hope everything is ok!!!!

Carolyn - posted on 03/06/2011

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usually first trimester symptoms taper off as it come to an end. I had no morning sickness or nausea what so ever during my pregnancy however i had wicked fatigue, i slept so much i lost weight because i was eating less.. I would work and sleep and work and sleep I could wake up from a 12 hour sleep and pass out within 2 hours for another 4 hours. all that started to get better around 11 weeks, the breast soreness went away.



I often wondered if everything was allright but was reassured after reading some pregnancy pages etc, that this was totally normal and to be expected. If i didnt know I was pregnant, i wouldnt have every suspected i was in my second trimester.



try not to stress about being 10 weeks pregnant with symptoms fading, because that stress is not good for the baby. If something *did* happen, you couldnt change it, so stressing isnt going to do anyone good. Call your doctor if you need extra reassurance. surely you will have an appointment soon and/or ultrasound ( depends on your regions normal practices for prenatal care i suppose)



Enjoy feeling better while it lasts , those last 3 months can be a super bitch ! Get all those things done you wanted to accomplish and complete while you are feeling great ! now is the time !

Dina - posted on 03/06/2011

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When I was pregnant with my son I never had a day of morning sickness...in fact I didn't even find out I was pregnant till I was 7 weeks pregnant as I had no symptoms other then missing my period (which at the time life was really stressful and my period wasn't regular so we never thought anything of it).

I have a friend that when pregnant with her girls was sick/nauseated the whole 9 months, but with her son didn't have a single day of morning sickness.

Every pregnancy is different, so its hard to say what is normal and what isn't. If you do have concerns call your doctor to see if they can get you in sooner.

Rebekah - posted on 03/06/2011

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With my first two pregnancies both of my morning sickness ended completely BY 12 weeks.

When I had a miscarriage I had zero morning sickness. I found out at 8 weeks, but the baby had not progressed past 6 weeks.

I am currently 9 weeks pregnant. I am still having bad morning sickness, but my midwife told me a couple weeks ago that the morning sickness generally peaks between 7-8 weeks and then starts to get better. She said most women (from her experience) are morning sickness free by 12 weeks.

Renee - posted on 03/06/2011

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I had 2 miscarriages before I had my 2 children. Both my miscarriages were prior to 12 weeks along. With my 1st miscarriage I was so sick with it and my 2nd miscarriage I had some morning sickness but not too bad. Then when I was pregnant with my 1st full term I had NO morning sickness at all and not much for symptoms until I was in my 2nd term. Then with my last pregnancy all my issues started in the 3rd term, nothing for the first 2 terms though. SO all I can say is that each pregnancy is different. I wish you the best of luck though.

Brianna - posted on 03/06/2011

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with my daughter (my first) i threw up all nine months. this past nov i got pregnant a second time i had no morning sickness and at 10 weeks i started to bleed and found out i had lost the baby at 7 weeks. I think you should try to get in to the doctor soon explain to the person on the phone the situation maybe they will take u sooner. best of luck!

Vicki - posted on 03/15/2011

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every pregnancy is very different.... i found out very early that i was pregnant with my little girl at just 3 weeks and i no this is abit different but i started getting stomach pains at 5 weeks really bad stomach pains i straight away rang the anti-natal at my local hospital they told my to go in for checks as they thought she was eptopic but thankfully all was fine just fluid on my overie but if you are in any doubt as to why you're 10 weeks pregnant with symptoms fading i seriously urge you to go see the experts you can never be to sure....please dont think you are worrying over nothing that is your little baby..... be sure not sorry :)

Bonnie - posted on 03/07/2011

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Every pregnancy is different. It could very well be normal to be 10 weeks pregnant with symptoms fading. Some women don't get any symptoms and some have symptoms that fade and may or may not come back.

Nadia - posted on 03/06/2011

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Krista, i went through the same thing! so i totally know how worried you are. With my first i was nausious for the first 3 months and then i was ok... and when i got pregnant again after trying for a year i felt fabulous! kept telling everyone i had no sickness etc... well it wasn't till i went in for my 12 week appointment that we realized the baby had died at 8 weeks :( so when i got pregnant again 6 months later i was soooooooo worried it was gonna happen again. But this time i was SUPER sick! i spent 3 months on the couch, barely ate a thing... it was awful. So i hate to say, but in my experience not having symptoms was a very bad sign for me... however, every pregnancy is different (i have 2 girls and they were both sooo different) so stay positive. maybe you'll be one of those lucky women who has a great pregnancy and hardly ever feels sick! don't stress about being 10 weeks pregnant with fading symptoms until you see the doctor. I hope everything is ok!!!!

Carolyn - posted on 03/06/2011

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usually first trimester symptoms taper off as it come to an end. I had no morning sickness or nausea what so ever during my pregnancy however i had wicked fatigue, i slept so much i lost weight because i was eating less.. I would work and sleep and work and sleep I could wake up from a 12 hour sleep and pass out within 2 hours for another 4 hours. all that started to get better around 11 weeks, the breast soreness went away.



I often wondered if everything was allright but was reassured after reading some pregnancy pages etc, that this was totally normal and to be expected. If i didnt know I was pregnant, i wouldnt have every suspected i was in my second trimester.



try not to stress about being 10 weeks pregnant with symptoms fading, because that stress is not good for the baby. If something *did* happen, you couldnt change it, so stressing isnt going to do anyone good. Call your doctor if you need extra reassurance. surely you will have an appointment soon and/or ultrasound ( depends on your regions normal practices for prenatal care i suppose)



Enjoy feeling better while it lasts , those last 3 months can be a super bitch ! Get all those things done you wanted to accomplish and complete while you are feeling great ! now is the time !

Renee - posted on 03/06/2011

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I had 2 miscarriages before I had my 2 children. Both my miscarriages were prior to 12 weeks along. With my 1st miscarriage I was so sick with it and my 2nd miscarriage I had some morning sickness but not too bad. Then when I was pregnant with my 1st full term I had NO morning sickness at all and not much for symptoms until I was in my 2nd term. Then with my last pregnancy all my issues started in the 3rd term, nothing for the first 2 terms though. SO all I can say is that each pregnancy is different. I wish you the best of luck though.

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