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... It's very normal for pregnancy symptoms to fluctuate. If you are really concerned call your ob. I'm sure it's nothing though. Try to enjoy the days that you feel good. ... (3 replies)
... Pregnancy symptoms can fluctuate alot. I wouldn't worry to much. ... (2 replies)
... I had sore breasts, mild cramping all around, some food adversions, and insomnia. In other words, I felt the pregnancy discomfort. ... (3 replies)

... with morning sickness, and that lasted a few weeks, but since 13 weeks i haven't felt a thing, feel perfectly "normal"! i didn't have tender breasts or any other symptoms at all. ... (2 replies)
... eeks, i was sick for about a week and it went away and ive been pretty much fine ever since..except urinating a lot! I was kind of worried when i had barely any symptoms at all but i am 24 weeks now and the baby is doing great so i wouldnt be worried about it.. ... (3 replies)
... weeks the doctor said . is this normal for early pregnancy symptoms to just disappear? ... (7 replies)
... ek of pregnancy. Until two days ago I had breast tenderness, cramping, pains and aches all around my abdomen, a slight insomnia. Then, two days ago, all of these symptoms disappeared. ... (2 replies)
... Is it possible for symptoms to diminish, disappear? ... (5 replies)
... I also recommend calling your OB, they can let you know for sure if something is wrong. But try not to worry. Just the same as people inventing pregnancy symptoms, you can make yourself believe you don't have any. The mind is a powerful thing. ... (3 replies)
... For all the other pregnant women out there. I'm 12 weeks, and since yesterday my symptoms have seemed to disappear! My breasts aren't as tender, my nausea is gone, and I just don't feel pregnant. Is this normal? ... (2 replies)
... Yes, this happened to me too. Everything is fine and now I'm 24 weeks. (3 replies)
Diet Coke??
Feb 2, 2006
... most of the symptoms disappear. We've seen many cases where vision loss returned and hearing loss improved markedly. ... (13 replies)
... Lawgirl, I really hope that your baby is okay! If you're still having some pregnancy symptoms, I'd say that's probably a pretty good sign. Last time, did your symptoms just totally disappear all of a sudden? ... (101 replies)
... It's normal. In the second trimester you start to feel like your old self again. You aren't tired anymore and the early pregnancy symptoms seem to disappear. If you had morning sickness, it should go away. No need to be alarmed. ... (7 replies)
No more signs
Oct 3, 2003
... It is normal for pregnancy symptoms to disappear after week 12. They will return! Don't you worry! ... (4 replies)
... Laura, Im sorry that you are not feeling well. This is my first pregnancy but I also read that 2nd time mothers expand easily than first timers. I guess your body sort of remembers your prior pregnancy state. ... (72 replies)
... itic urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy, or PUPP for short. Your doctor or midwife may prescribe a topical ointment to give you some relief. PUPP should disappear after delivery. ... (0 replies)
Carpal Tunnel
Aug 14, 2002
... I had carpal tunnel symptoms with my first pregnancy. I worked on a computer all day and my hands would really cramp up. It wasn't until later on in my pregnancy but it wasn't fun. But don't worry, as soon as you have the baby the symptoms will disappear. ... (2 replies)
... UGH! Id see how the low iron for me would be a factor, I have been SOO constipated with this pregnancy ( had hyperemesis gravidum and on zofran.. zofran causes constipation) that Im on a no iron prenatal vitamin. Thanks and I will ask him about this monday if I dont go into labor by then ( crossing fingers and hope I do! :D ) (2 replies)
Platelets anyone?
Jun 22, 2005
... At 123k your platelet count would be considered below normal and you should be watched closely. This is called pregnancy induced thrombocytopenia. Your body is either not producing enough platelets or destroying needed platelets. ... (1 replies)




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