not feeling pregnant
Dec 23, 2007 2:23PM
hello im 9+3 weeks pregnant with my first, and i really dont feel pregnant anymore my sickness has stopped and i dont feel tired anymore, my boobs are not sore anymore either.
should i be worried? xx
Dec 23, 2007 12:41PM
hi laura ,im the same but 12wks ,wierd i know ,ive got another scan on thurs but wooried sick something is wrong as had mc earlier this year,just hoping lightening doesnt strike twice . if your worried speak to mw.good luck xx
Dec 23, 2007 1:08PM
id say its prob just ur hormones settlin down but if ur worried see midwife or doc
Dec 23, 2007 1:37PM
I had that at 6 weeks followed by cramping and bleeding - cue desperate trips to hospital and lots of crying convinced I was having a m/c but I'm now 25 weeks. Try not to get worked up as I did as you cannot realy on ANY feeling or information everyone is different and it doesn't necessarily mean the worst. The best money I have spent is on my doppler as it has really put my mind at rest but the minimum is 10 weeks. Speak to your midwife or if you are really worried get straight to casualty who will refer you to your early pregnancy unit for a scan. Or you can pay for an early dating scan - usually under ??100 to put your mind at rest. Good luck hun, hope everything works out for you.
Dec 23, 2007 2:23PM
My symptoms faded also in about week 9. Then came back with a vengence a couple of weeks later. Now im 15ish weeks and all early symptoms have gone, just starting with back ache and cravings (cranberry sauce, yummy!) now.
Our hormones are all over the place so no one can say whats normal and whats not, its completely up to your body how it reacts to pregnancy. Just let it do things its own way and try to relax and enjoy it.
I'm sure when you've had your first scan things will feel more real too, at first i kept thinking there would be nothing there. But its once you see your lo, you know its real and can stop focussing as much on the symptoms to show you.
enjoy your xmas hun x
May 12, 2019 12:04PM
hi everyone, new here but desperate for advice! My son is 1 month old on Tuesday and has been bottle feeding for the past 2 weeks. He has had problems since. He is extremely irritable, I’m sure my Son doesn’t have anytime while awake not crying, he cries ALL the time and I try EVERYTHING with no success. I have been to the hospital and doctors and they are so very unhelpful, they just tell me he has colic and basically I have to deal with it. I am almost certain, and the hospital also said, he has reflux (silent) as he rarely spits up but it is getting far worse and he is becoming more and more irritable, coughing after feeds and in between and starting to refuse feeds, scream, want them, take them and scream again. He has had Carobel from the hospital as they didn’t want to give Gaviscon due to chance of constipation, but it did absolutely nothing for him. He is now simply on infacol but has trouble pooing, which causes him distress, but is very runny. I guess i am I am desperately looking for advice on what to do, as it is increasingly hard with a baby that cries all day and won’t sleep or settle due to milk coming back up. I feel like I’m missing something and not giving him what he needs? HE IS SUCH A HUNGRY BABY! I feed him, change his nappy, cuddle him, sing to him, wind him, put him in swinger, walk round house, car - I am lost! Health visitor has done a referral to dietician however who knows how long this will take! Dad is lactose intolerant. Also, how much does your baby eat, or did eat at 1 month? Mine wants food every 1.5/2 hours! Please help!
Apr 29, 2019 9:53AM
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