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If I Do Not Have Any Pregnancy Symptoms Does It Mean I Will Miscarry?

Just because you do not experience pregnancy symptoms does not mean you will miscarry. Not all pregnant women notice extreme symptoms, which may include nausea, breast tenderness, fatigue, bloating and sensitivity to smell and taste, notes Dr. Bruce B. Lee, a Board-Certified Gynecologist practicing in Monterey, California.

“What is more concerning is if a pregnant woman is experiencing these symptoms and they disappear by the third month,” he says. “This typically means the pregnancy hormones have decreased, and it would be necessary to perform an ultrasound or blood test to ensure the baby’s development is consistent with the conception date.”

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