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Hello, First off i would like to start out saying that i am 17 yrs old, 5"1 and 105lbs. I have a 19 month old son that i gave birth to 06/01/2009. I am married and in a steady and non-stressfull relationship. A week ago i look a 3 Clearblue Digital pregnancy tests (all three test resulted in a positive). But this pregnancy is much different than my last..I am constantly nauseous, gassy, and tired. I rarely ever have an appetite and can never seem to get comfortable. I'm aware that every pregnancy is different, but could this be an early sign that something may be wrong with my baby?


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replied January 11th, 2011
First Trimester of Pregnancy Answer A18379
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

No, you appear to have all symptoms of a normal pregnancy, even though the earlier one was different. Still, it is very important to get proper antenatal checkups done to know about the baby. Hope this helps. Take care!



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