Symptoms of pregnancy can disappear or fluctuate
It’s understandable when your usual symptoms of pregnacy—sore breasts, nausea, and maybe some food aversions—begin to vanish, and you wonder if this indicates you are having a miscarriage.
While a sudden decrease in your usual pregnancy symptoms may be an indication of a miscarriage, it’s not a hard and fast rule. This is why reaching out to your doctor is important, so you can talk it through with her and be evaluated.
In addition, it’s important to note that some symptoms of pregnancy will naturally disappear or fluctuate, so it’s tricky to go solely by how you feel. This is why your doctor will inquire about whether you are having other signs of a miscarriage, like vaginal bleeding or cramping.
Overall, by understanding what to expect during pregnancy (and a miscarriage), you may feel at ease knowing what is likely OK, and what is a signal that it’s time to call your doctor.
What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy?
The signs and symptoms of pregnancy are quite variable and depend on the individual. Nevertheless, in addition to missed periods, here are some things that you might experience during pregnancy:
- Swollen or tender breasts
- Nausea and vomiting (called morning sickness)
- Food cravings or aversions
- Increased urination
- Feeling tired
- Mood swings
- Dark areolas (the area around your nipples)
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