12 weeks pregnant.... don't feel pregnant?

Erica - posted on 10/29/2012 ( 3 moms have responded )




Haven't thrown up at all this pregnancy- breasts are sore and have bloat and a little pressure in abdomen and a little tired. Is this normal? I know I just started the second semester but nothing really changed from the first semester.... BTW this is my first pregnancy


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Leslie - posted on 11/02/2012




I never had morning sickness till I was in labor. I had a wonderful pregancy. two and three naps a day, eat alot, got gestion dietabtics, gain 60 pounds, and love my child when she was born.

User - posted on 10/30/2012




I am pregnant with my 3rd right now (also have had 1 mc) and I can say is each pregnancy is different. With my first I didn't start getting morning sickness until about 8 weeks and had it right up through delivery. For my second and third I've had morning sickness from about 6-14 weeks. Also with my first 2 my breasts were swollen and very sore right from the beginning. I am 14 weeks with my current pregnancy they are barely sore at all and they haven't gotten any bigger (shucks!) I think on my first pregnancy it took awhile to really "feel pregnant" mostly because I didn't "pop" until around 20 weeks. Once you "pop" you will probably get more of the pregnancy woes like frequent urination, heartburn, the inability to take a deep breath, etc. If you are worried about a miscarriage, you should let your OB know if you have a sudden stop of pregnancy symptoms that you already have or vaginal bleeding. My miscarriage started with intense back pain and then bleeding (although I have had back pain with most of my pregnancies.) I remind myself not to worry about it unless I see bleeding.

Jennifer - posted on 10/29/2012




you're completely normal! You'll start feeling like you're pregnant soon enough!

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