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Postby diane30 » Fri Jul 18, 2003 3:21 pm

hi all its good to be on this side<br>im 3 weeks pregnant and dont feel any diffrent yet no sickness etc<br>is this normal?<br>thanks<br>love<br>di
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Postby Jo Locker » Fri Jul 18, 2003 3:48 pm

Hi Di!! I'm 5 and a half weeks pg and I havent felt anything either yet!! Have scan a week today and am trying not to worry, I'm sure it'll be fine.<br><br>The only thing Ive felt is slightly sore boobs, but I think the cyclogest does that to you (which I'm still taking - are you??) so that might or might not be a pg symptom.<br><br>I think that sickness might kick in a little later - from 6 weeks or after.<br><br>There's so much to worry about isnt there? Doesnt it feel just wonderful to be over the first hurdle though.<br><br>We're really close in dates so hopefully can be pg buddies?? Will be good to compare notes with someone at a similar stage.<br><br>Look forward to speaking with you next week. Only log on at work monday-friday.<br><br>Take Care & dont worry about lack of symptoms- lots of love - Jo. XXXX<br><br><br>
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Postby Lizzy7 » Fri Jul 18, 2003 4:23 pm

OMG - Diane,<br><br>Can't believe i missed your post on the other side - CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!<br><br>You must both be so happy - don't worry about not feeling anything yet, i didn't until i was about 7 weeks although everyone seems to be different. Is it 3 weeks since your insemination? Coz that would make you 5 weeks - oh, i hope i'm not confusing everything!!!! I might be talking out of my bum - all this pg stuff makes you slightly forgetful!<br><br>Whatever - fab news, i'm so pleased for you,<br>Take care, Lizzy xxx
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Postby Chrissi » Fri Jul 18, 2003 8:44 pm

Hi Di,<br><br>congratulations - its fantastic to see a positive IUI and that it does actually work we gave up with IUI and went IVF in the end and I have just got a positive too. I am six weeks today. I didn't feel anything either to begin with infact I was so worried at not having any symptons that I nearly went out and bought another pg test to check but managed to talk myself out of it. Anyway had my scan today and saw two flickering heartbeats so now I am starting to believe it also the nausea has started to kick in the last couple of days. Have you got a scan date yet.<br>take care<br>lots of love<br>chrissi
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Postby suzannemorris » Sat Jul 19, 2003 9:31 am

Congratulation Diane and Chrissi,<br><br>It's so fantastic to finally be seeing some goods news again on the site.<br><br>Take care both, and again, congrats to you and your hubbies.<br><br>Suzanne.x<br><br>Chrissi.....TWINS!!!! Oh my God!
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Postby Louise24 » Sat Jul 19, 2003 10:36 am

CONGRATULATIONS<br><br>Hi Girls<br><br>Don't worry about not feeling anything yet, I never felt anyhting till I was about 5-6weeks, I was the same at first I didn't belive i was prg and when i went to the clinic at 7weeks for my scan and saw i was having twins, god its the best feeling ever, especially when you can see their hearts beat and you get a scan photo to take home with you.<br><br>Take Care everyone!!!!<br><br>Love Louise<br>(10weeks prg)
Twins Brodi and Kyle 1 on the 27th Jan
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Postby bubblymichelle » Sat Jul 19, 2003 10:42 pm

Hi<br>I want to say congratulations to you, you must be over the moon.<br><br>Don't worry about the sickness, I was like yourself I couldn't convince myself I was pregnant until I had the sickness. I posted asking when sickness would start.<br><br>I started being sick around week 7, but it wasn't just morning it was on and off all day and I wished it would go away. I couldn't eat big meals and had to snack all day to stop myself from being sick.<br><br>May-be you will be a lucky one and get away with the sickness.<br><br>But hope all goes well.<br><br>Love<br><br>Shell<br>13wks 1d pg<br>xx
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Postby diane30 » Sun Jul 20, 2003 2:17 pm

thanks for all your lovley messages feel a lot better now i no am not the only one who hasnt been sick yet<br><br>lizzi<br>yes i am 5 weeks your not talking out your backside<br><br><br>thanks to you all<br>love<br>diane
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Postby Helen G » Sun Jul 20, 2003 6:43 pm

Hiya<br><br>Great to hear some more brilliant news - congratulations!! don't you worry about not feeling anything yet, I didn't really feel pregnant 'til about 12 weeks!! :0 As for sickness, I was one of the lucky ones and hardly suffered at all - I'm now 22.5 weeks pregnant with twin boys so it really doesn't seem to matter.<br><br>Can't wait to read future posts about scans, etc! Take care of yourselvs and your little cargo!<br><br>LOL Helen xx
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Postby Lizzy7 » Sun Jul 20, 2003 8:06 pm

Hi Di - i didn't realise that they counted it from the first day of your period, I was so excited when the doc said i was nearly 5 weeks. It's like you get a free 2 weeks!!<br><br>Hope you get away with not feeling too sick - i've not been too bad. If you eat somethiing every couple of hours, it helps and i wore the sea bands too. I'm 14 weeks now so it should wear off soon. OMG - it's gone so quick!!!<br><br>Look after you and your little bean,<br>Lizzy xxxx
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Postby alison p » Mon Jul 21, 2003 9:01 am

Hi Diane,<br><br>Congratulations!! Don't worry about not feeling sick yet - I've not really had much at all and have never thrown up and I'm now 14 weeks - guess I was just lucky. Everyone's different. I had the sore boobs and constipation (both still ongoing). Someone told me once that you shouldn't worry if your symptoms are present one day and not the next - they come and go!<br><br>Have you got a 6 week scan booked? Do you have one for IUI? If you do, hope it goes okay - it's great once you've seen a heart beat!<br><br>Alison xx
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Postby Jo Locker » Mon Jul 21, 2003 10:07 am

hi girls, just to say thanks for the info you have given to Diane about lack of symptoms. We're together time wise(about 5 wks) and I haven't felt any symptoms either except slightly painful boobs. It's such a comfort to know that its probably a bit too early for any symptoms to kick in. <br><br>Also - CHRISSI --- brilliant news !!!!!!!! Weren't we cycling together last time?? You almost bought another pregnancy test - I've done 3 so far and have a "spare" in the bathroom cabinet!!<br>I still can't believe it - roll on scan-day (friday).<br><br>Lots of Love - Jo.XXXXX<br>
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