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When did y’all get your first pregnancy symptoms?

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Mary posted this 20 November 2019

So before I even took a test, I felt off. Now not even two months in I feel nauseous! Is this in my head?? Or did anyone else feel the same so early?

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Sky posted this 23 February 2020

I didn't even notice my missed period because it was nothing knew. I thought I had a cold and my mother in law was like I think you got a baby hahah

Jessica posted this 21 February 2020

I had terrible headaches and could barely stay awake. I knew for sure something was up! It was 2 days before my missed period. 

Hailey posted this 21 February 2020

I had no symptoms for any of my four pregnancies other than missing my period. I was never sick or had any complaints. We'll see how my body reacts to this pregnancy since I'm so much older this time. I think every person is different in how they react to pregnancy.

Jenny posted this 21 February 2020

I haven't had anything yet. The only reason I know I'm pregnant is because I missed my period and have a positive pregnancy test. 

Annie posted this 18 February 2020

I haven't yet, but I'm only at 6 weeks.

Monica posted this 17 February 2020

That sounds normal! I always get symptoms around 5 weeks. Unfortunately they are nausea and tender breasts. 

Jilly posted this 14 February 2020

I was the same. Just so SOOOO tired all of the time. My mom knew something was up. She said, "my daughter keeps napping and she does not nap ever." 

I haven't had any symptoms other than being really tired and missed my period. So far so good... 

Betty posted this 14 February 2020

First, it was the missed period. Then, a lot of naps when I normally never nap. Then some light spotting and thennnnn puking. I waited entirely too long to find out. I was scared and it was just too much pressure. Now looking at my lil man I am so happy. 

allis posted this 14 February 2020

Pretty early on.. I would say 6 weeks was when I got the most symptoms.

Isla posted this 13 February 2020

I didn't experience many symptoms, aside from being tired! However, with my first baby I couldn't stand to eat chicken. Before I found out I was expecting my second, I had a bad aversion to chicken, which clued my co-worker to the pregnancy even before I knew haha!

Quinn posted this 10 February 2020

I haven't had any symptoms other than being really tired and missed my period. So far so good... 

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Holly posted this 10 February 2020

I start around week 5, overtime. I start feeling nauseous, my breasts are tender, etc. Luckily its a sign that you are having a normal pregnancy.

C posted this 09 February 2020

I felt fine, until I didn't around 5 weeks in. My stomach muscles felt tight. Not bad or good, just tight, like I had been at attention for hours.

Viviana posted this 06 February 2020

Me too! I was plagued with nausea before the positive tests!

oh yes!  Completely sick right away with both three pregnancies!

Mary posted this 06 February 2020

oh yes!  Completely sick right away with both three pregnancies!

Jodi posted this 28 January 2020

I was so oblivious with my first -- like I was almost done with my first trimester when I found out. With my second, I was on the ball, I tested myself at maybe 4-6 wks.

Stassi posted this 25 January 2020

I think my breasts got really sore early, but that was really the only symptom for me! 

Jordan posted this 21 January 2020

I think two months in is pretty normal. I always start having symptoms around 5-6 weeks. It can suck and be hard, but at least you know things are going how they should! 

Eliza posted this 21 January 2020

I usually get sick around 5 weeks. Not super strong at first. A little nauseous, feeling dehydrated, etc. Then around week 7 full on morning sets in and I know then! haha.

Cynthia posted this 20 January 2020

I started to feel sick at 4 weeks, before I even took the test. I thought I had the flu and didnt think anything of it. 

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