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no symptoms ??

Hello I just foun I'm pregnant, should be around 4/5 weeks and I have no symptoms what so ever.. my boobs dont hurt like my last 4 pregnancies
But I do feel sleepy and tired alot, could this be normal ?? Shouldn't my boobs be killing me lol ??
I'm starting to think I'm not prego.
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I'm 37+4 weeks, I had zero symptoms. My boob's never hurt, I never threw up, nothing. I didn't feel pregnant until I was 21 weeks and feeling him kick
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My boobs didn't hurt until I was 6 almost 7 weeks the only symptoms I had was being tied.
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I was like that my entire pregnancy be lucky mama I am now 36 weeks and 5 days and still no sign of being pregnant beside my bump and me talking to my belly when my baby girl moves good luck relax and enjoy your pregnancy
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Thanks girls, since I had 4 boys and my symptoms was all the same .. maybe I'm having a girl this time lol so different
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Im now 40+2 weeks and I had no symptoms till I was 38 weeks along and even then it was just back pain and being tired, if it wasnt for my baby bump and the fact that my husband and I were trying to conceive I wouldn't have known I was pregnant
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I didn't know I was pregnant till I was 8 weeks only symptom I had was food cravings. But I didn't think about it at the time
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