I had virtually no pregnancy symptoms my entire pregnancy, other than a 35 pound weight gain. :) Now I have a happy healthy almost six month old baby boy!
I agree with adgal. The bigger cause for concern is having strong symptoms and then having none at all (a sudden loss of symptoms was the indicator of my miscarriages for me). It is still early enough in your pregnancy that being tired and having slight nausea is about all you would expect to feel, if anything. Some women have no symptoms at all throughout their pregnancies and go on to have very healthy pregnancies and babies.
Good luck and SSBD!
I agree with the others. I am now 21 weeks pregnant and other than a growing belly and tender breasts, I have no symptoms (not even urinary frequency which is weird). I had very few symptoms earlier in the pregnancy either. At times I am very grateful for the little kicks and flutters I feel throughout the day because it reassures me Robin is there and all is well :)
Before too long you will be far enough long to feel flutters of your own. Hang in there!
Very very common. Some women never really develop symptoms at all. In my case, they began about this time. Usually it is more cause for concern when you do have symptoms and they just stop all of a sudden. But if you haven't really had any yet, I wouldn't worry. Symptoms, or lack of, are not a good indicator as to whether or not a pregnancy is viable.
Don't worry yourself too much. It's very normal for women to not have symptoms, and you have to remember that symptoms don't actually mean the pregnancy is viable. In my second pregnancy I had very bad nausea/vomiting (which apparently is supposed to indicate a very strong, healthy pregnancy) and a few days after I got my positive pregnancy test I started to bleed really badly. Blood work confirmed I was miscarrying. My mom was pregnant 4 times and never had any symptoms to speak of. Was never sick, never had cramping, sore breasts, anything.
Some women don't even know they are pregnant at 6 weeks that's mostly because of lack of symptoms. The one that is guaranteed to be there continuously is no period :-) Your hormones are acting up and your body is probably adjusting to that so maybe that's why your symptoms decreased? Were they much stronger at the beginning? I really wouldn't worry too much as each woman, each pregnancy is completely different and doesn't go by the book. You can try to take another pregnancy test before Thursday and see if the line is getting lighter but like I said, many women don't experience pregnancy symptoms at the beginning AT ALL!