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No symtoms at all! BFP after 3 miscarriages

I've been on this site so many times over the last few years and am so happy to post today but thought it would be particularly encouraging for those in the 2ww who have no symptoms. We've been trying for our third child for the last 3 years and have had 3 miscarriages and many many months of BFN's in between. The 2ww is so hard and I've been writing down how I feel every day. Last month I was so certain I was pregnant (I had what I thought was implantation pain, awful nausea, a strange taste in my mouth) that I went and had an ultrasound 2 days before AF was due as I thought it might show something and I couldn't wait any longer! Of course I wasn't but here I am 1 month later and I am! I have to stress I had absolutely no symptoms..no nausea, no abdo pain, no fatigue, no bloating etc. In my last pregnancies I think I had very slight fullness in my boobs even at this stage but I don't even have that. Oh dear as I write tis I'm worrying already that it's not going to last! Oh well, will deal with that if and when.. Anyway am going to try to enjoy it for now! Good luck everyone , wish you all lots of love and courage, x

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Congratulations and sorry for your three losses. Fingers crossed this one goes all the way.

Congratulations!!! Prayers that everything goes smoothly for you!!!

My history: PG#1 was a MC, PG#2 ODS, PG#3-5 MC. Just to let you know, the cycle we finally got successful with our 6th pregnancy. I felt zero symptoms and was convinced my spotting CD11-13 meant I was out. Turned out it was my first ever IB and resulted in our second son. For me, symptoms never have a good outcome. No symptoms was the golden ticket. 3 MCs in a row with all the symptoms on the checklist and my no symptom cycle was the winner. I hope that can give you some reassurance.

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