I can see where someone would be concerned to be pregnant without showing any signs of being pregnant. This would worry me as well. But there can be an explanation as to why you are not exactly feeling pregnant. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
Your prenatal vitamins might be kicking the morning sickness as it should. Or maybe the extra hormones might be just strong enough to not cause any headaches. There are lots of odd explanations as to why this is not happening to you. I for one did not have symptoms with my son.
If you are not feeling any major symptoms, do not worry about it. Bask in the glory of your pregnancy glow before you get too big to enjoy it. This time will come and you will wish that you would have enjoyed it while you could.
While some people will not feel anything until baby first kicks, it’s not like that for others. Most women are in the “waiting” period where they are not 100% for sure whether they are pregnant or not. It sounds crazy but knowing that you are, doctor verified, can mean the world of difference. Have you ever heard of mind over matter? Odds are once the doctor says “you are pregnant” you will start feeling loads of things. Funny how that works out isn’t it?
Some people experience symptoms and are pregnant but then the symptoms abruptly stop within the first twelve weeks, at this point you need to call your OBGYN for an immediate check up. This can mean something is wrong with baby or that you have miscarried.
Around 12 weeks, the end of the first trimester, the early pregnancy symptoms (morning sickness, fatigue, sore breasts) will die down and most will not reoccur. This is perfectly normal.
Also in some cases, women are not intending to get pregnant and do not pay attention to the symptoms as any more than a cold or the flu and will not acknowledge the change they are going through for months. Think of the TV show I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant.
Not feeling symptoms does not mean there is anything wrong with your body or your baby. This can be perfectly normal. If you do not trust this or your gut instinct tells you otherwise, please call your doctor to ask. He or she may wish to set up an appointment with you to check for a heartbeat or maybe even an ultrasound to reassure you and them as well.