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19 Jun 2007

I don't feel pregnant anymore!
Please help! I am 10 weeks pregnant. About 2-3 days ago, my breasts stopped being sore, I stopped feeling as tired, and I am less hungry. It feels like I am no longer pregnant. I have not had any morning sickness since I found out I was pregnant. My checkup is in a week's time. A friend of mine's baby's heart stopped beating at 8 weeks, she had no bleeding or signs of miscarraige. My sister says she felt the same way just before her 12 week scan, her breats stopped hurting and she wasn't as hungry or tired. Have I lost my baby without the normal signs of miscarraige, or is this normal?
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GynaeDoc

01 Jan 0001

Many of the early symptoms of pregnancy do stop around 10-12 weeks, so this does not mean that there is a problem with the baby.

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