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I am currently 10 weeks pregnant and have not experienced any typical pregnancy symptoms like food aversion or nausea. Is it normal to have no symptoms at this stage, or should I be worried about the well-being of my baby?
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It is not uncommon for some women to experience little to no pregnancy symptoms during the first trimester, including at 10 weeks. Every woman's body reacts differently to pregnancy hormones, and while some may experience a range of symptoms, others may have none at all. The absence of symptoms does not necessarily indicate that something is wrong with your baby. However, if you are concerned, it is always best to consult with your healthcare provider for reassurance and peace of mind. They can perform an ultrasound or other tests to ensure that everything is progressing as expected. Remember that every pregnancy is unique, and there is a wide range of normal experiences.

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I am 10 week pregnant too but do not have nay pregnancy symptoms as old wives say. I feel like you too all the time thinking if everything is fine. But my doctor says not every women get  symptoms like nausea, vomiting etc necessarily.
Lucky you... I fed up of vomiting
Iam too 8weeks

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