Pregnancy Symptoms Are Mild Opposed to Before!


Dear Midwife,
I am so worried, this is my first pregnancy. I am 23 years old, my lmp was Feb 9 I am 6 weeks, due date Nov 16.

My problem is, I only had frequent urination, hungry fast, and breast tenderness and soreness, now it seems to be that they are fading.

Before I couldn't touch my breasts now I can with out pain. I used to pee almost every hour now I go with in hours. I am worried. Slight cramps but no bleeding.

Please please tell me what can be wrong. Is this normal and can these symptoms come and go.

When should I see a doctor, cause I have never seen one since I got pregnant. They are all saying I have to wait until I am 8 weeks.

Thank you


So forget the doctors and see a midwife--we take care of you when you call. As for your lack of symptoms, you may just be one of the lucky ones whose morning sickness resolves early, or as you say, it may not be a viable pregnancy. There is really no way to tell yet, and no way to influence which way it will go. I can only say I wish you the very best of luck, and hope everything goes well.

-- Cynthia, CNM. PhD.

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Cynthia Flynn

Cynthia Flynn, CNM. PhD, is the General Director of the Family Health and Birth Center which provides prenatal, birth, postnatal, gynecological and primary health care to underserved women and their families in Washington, D.C. Recently Cynthia served as Associate Professor of Nursing at Seattle University. There she not only taught, but remained in full scope clinical midwifery practice at Valley Medical Center where she cared for pregnant and birthing women, and practices well-woman gynecology, family planning, and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases.

Cynthia founded Columbia Women's Clinic and Birth Center, where she took care of pregnant women and infants up to two weeks of age and attended both birth center and hospital births. Before Cynthia earned her CNM, she worked as a registered nurse in labor and delivery and postpartum and is a certified Doula and Doula trainer.