Your questions, answered by midwives

This section gives you the answers to some of the questions most frequently asked during pregnancy. Compiled by the Tommy's team of midwives and you.

These are the questions most commonly asked of the team of Tommy's midwives during pregnancy. 

  • pregnant woman

    What happens if I’m pregnant over the age of 40?

    Most women over 40 have healthy pregnancies and babies. However, it can sometimes take longer to get pregnant and some people experience complications.

  • Chimneys from an industrial building with smoke rising into the air

    Air pollution and pregnancy

    Some people worry about the impact of pollution on their health during pregnancy. Here we explain more about the risks associated with pollution and what you can do to limit your exposure.

  • Pregnant woman spraying cleaning product onto window and cleaning it.

    Chemicals and pregnancy

    Some pregnant women worry that being exposed to everyday chemicals may harm their baby. There is no official guidance about this, but here we explain more about any potential risks and what you can do to protect yourself and your baby.

  • woman feeling sad with newborn

    Feeling low after childbirth (what are the baby blues?)

    Many women expect to only feel excited and full of joy after having a baby. But sometimes, and out of nowhere, all you may want to do is cry. This can be due to a very common condition which is often called the baby blues.

  • Pregnant woman in woolly jumper

    Why do I feel cold in pregnancy?

    Some women feel colder than usual in pregnancy. It’s isn’t always a sign that something is wrong, but it is a good idea to speak to your midwife.

  • twin babies

    Am I having twins?

    Some women have a feeling that they are having twins (or triplets) before they find out for sure. If you’ve been wondering, there are sometimes signs that you may be carrying more than 1 baby.

  • midwife and pregnant lady

    What does a midwife do?

    A midwife will do much more than care for you and your baby during birth. Your midwife will give you care and advice during your pregnancy, labour and after your baby’s born. They can give your partner advice and support, too.

  • woman on smart phone

    Can I trust pregnancy apps?

    There are hundreds of pregnancy apps available and they can be fun to use. But it’s important that they are not used as a replacement for evidence-based antenatal care or medical guidance from your midwife or doctor.

  • flu jab

    Can the flu jab cause miscarriage?

    Getting the flu vaccine is safe and will help protect you and your baby. There is no evidence to show that the flu vaccine can cause miscarriage.

  • A woman in the third trimester standing with her bump out and holding her back

    How can I reduce irritable back pain?

    Back ache or pain is very common in pregnancy, but there are things you can do to reduce it.

  • Pregnant again

    How does a second pregnancy differ from the first?

    Your second pregnancy will probably be different to the first time you were pregnant.

  • Pregnant woman lying in bed on her left side

    How can I get more sleep in pregnancy?

    It’s common to feel unusually tired when you’re pregnant, especially in the first 12 weeks. Here's some tips for getting a better night's sleep.

  • Pregnant woman on cross-trainer.

    Is it safe to exercise in pregnancy?

    Yes it is. In fact, if your pregnancy is uncomplicated, it is safer to exercise than not to as it brings down the risk of gestational diabetes and high blood pressure.

  • Pregnant women in pilates class.

    What kind of exercises can I do during pregnancy?

    Exercising during your pregnancy is safe and healthy. You can do most types of exercise in pregnancy, including running, Pilates, weights, yoga and swimming.

  • Pregnant woman going outdoor swimming.

    How active should I be in pregnancy?

    How much exercise you should do during pregnancy will depend on how active you were before you got pregnant and any health issues you may have. Find out how to exercise safely for you and your baby.

  • Thoughtful looking woman sitting under tree.

    Will a past abortion affect my pregnancy?

    If you have had an abortion before it is unlikely to affect another pregnancy.

  • Pregnant woman speaking on the phone.

    How will I get time off work for all the appointments?

    As a pregnant employee you have legal rights, and this includes paid time off for antenatal care.

  • Pregnant woman with stretch marks

    What can I do about stretch marks?

    Stretch marks are narrow pink or purplish streaks or lines that can appear on the skin during pregnancy. They don’t always disappear after childbirth but they should become less noticeable.

  • Pregnant woman being checked by doctor.

    Will I have an internal exam during appointments?

    It’s unlikely you will have an internal examination (inside your vagina) until you go into labour unless there is a possible problem

  • Folic acid pills.

    Is 12 weeks too late to take folic acid?

    Folic acid (vitamin B9) is very important for a baby’s health and development. You don’t need to take folic acid after 12 weeks of pregnancy.

  • Woman at home with her newborn birthday.

    Are home births safe?

    Giving birth is generally safe wherever you choose to have your baby. Here’s a few things to think about if you’re considering a home birth.

  • Pregnant woman's belly being checked by a health professional.

    Can I still have the tests after 12 weeks?

    Even if you start getting antenatal care later in pregnancy most of the tests that check your own health can be started whenever you begin. Some of the tests on the baby however are time dependent.

  • A pregnant woman talking to a health professional.

    Is the whooping cough vaccine safe?

    Getting the whooping cough vaccination is safe and will protect your baby from infection in their first few weeks of life.

  • An expectant mother and partner in airport waiting room.

    Can I fly in pregnancy?

    Flying during pregnancy is safe up to a certain point if you are having an uncomplicated pregnancy. Check your airline and insurance policy for their terms and conditions of flying.

  • Pregnant woman having her hair dyed.

    Can I dye my hair when pregnant?

    Most research shows it’s safe to colour your hair while pregnant. The colours in permanent and semi-permanent hair dyes are not highly toxic.

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    Please note that these comments are monitored but not answered by Tommy’s. Please call your GP or maternity unit if you have concerns about your health or your baby’s health.
    • By Amy (not verified) on 15 Jul 2020 - 22:06

      I suffer from anxiety and believe I have primary tokophobia. There seem's very little help out there for people pre-pregnancy... or at least its very difficult to find! One of the personal stories on the tokophobia page mentioned sending a link to close friends so they could read about it and understand the condition. Please could you recommend whether there is an information leaflet or educational resource somewhere designed to help educate friends/family/colleagues? This would be really helpful as the main tokophobia pages on the Tommy's website include info on treatment and causes which though useful to me is not particularly relevant to send to a friend. I want a source of info to help people understand what they could do to help... or what they should avoid saying/doing.
      On another note I expressed my worries to my GP who is lovely but she told me birth wasn't worth worrying about until well into pregnancy. I do wish there was a wider recognition of the condition as I feel like I am currently at an impasse: unable to get help until already pregnant...but unable to get pregnant until I get help!.

    • By Kiely (not verified) on 21 May 2020 - 01:18

      Im about 7 weeks, i have an appointment a week from today, both my boys were via c section. Im having spotting lite red an pink when i wipe. Im very worried an dont know if i should try an get in sooner or if this is normal. I dont remember spotting with my first 2

    • By Anonymous (not verified) on 16 Apr 2020 - 17:27

      Can a woman with hypispadias give birth vaginally? Can internal sex damage the urethera in these cases?

    • By kit (not verified) on 24 Feb 2020 - 10:08

      Morning, I just found out im pregnant which wasn't planned. im terrified but don't want to see a midwife, I have zero trust in them.
      On the 26th nov 2019 my beautiful son was born sleeping at 24 weeks. The pain was and still is unbareable. I blame the midwives, I had b strep not that anyone told me or even tested me for during my pregnancy, I found after after. I bleed for 5 weeks pior to losing my son and no one helped. midwives just said I 'may' have placenta previa or their words not mine 'just bleeding for no reason'. all the did for 5 weeks was constantly give me the anti d injection, doppler and sent me home saying everything was 'fine'. NOTHING was fine and my baby boy died.
      I cant handle the thought of this happening again, im scared of seeing blood or going to the bathroom to see my son prolapsed cord again.
      I don't want a midwife near me or my baby, do I have a choice?

    • By Zem (not verified) on 12 May 2020 - 14:38

      Hello. I have a same problem. I'm so scared I'm 18+ 3 weeks pregnant.. I had a blood clot at 12 weeks and I went to the epu unit they checked and it was nothing.. after that I'm bleeding on and off dark brown just a little bit everyday for about 5 weeks and I went to epu again they checked me and they said everythings fine..babys fine I'm 18+ weeks today I'm bleeding more in color red. I'm worrying. Why its happening I'm scared.. help me!!

    • By Ghandour (not verified) on 22 Feb 2020 - 23:12

      I had my period January 2,2020 had unsaved sex from the 15-19 but all my test are negative

    • By Jo (not verified) on 8 Oct 2019 - 18:30

      Hi I am 7wks today, in the last 3 years i have had 7 losses, chemical, 6 weeks 7 weeks and 22 weeks. I am terrified to say the least. I'm 42 so increased risk but this is all I want and I'm scared that my anxiety will cause miscarriage again. My boobs are still sore but the stretching pains have almost stopped is this a bad sign? I also haven't had any morning sickness yet. I just need some reassurance I think

    • By Kaija (not verified) on 20 Nov 2019 - 15:26

      Hey JO :) I am not a doctor by any means but I am 7 weeks with my first, I am 30 years old and am very healthy. I have had no morning sickness either. My breasts are a bit tender and I am a little more tired than usual but beyond that no signs. Healthy pregnancy so far :) Best of luck

    • By Stacey Smith (not verified) on 30 Jun 2019 - 21:38

      I’m 26 weeks pregnant and my babies movements are still there but not as strong is his normal?

    • By Becky (not verified) on 20 Jun 2019 - 21:41

      Me and my wife had a sperm donation on 20th May. She's 2wks late for her period, but pregnancy tests are showing up negative and even a blood test came back negative. She has all the symptoms of pregnancy and even the missed period is concerning as she's always regular. But we can't understand why all tests are negative. The same thing happened with our eldest daughter, took 3months for a positive blood test, except with her she had no symptoms of pregnancy.

    • By Abigail (not verified) on 11 Aug 2019 - 16:29

      I’m having the exact same experience my period is over two weeks late, I’m being sick, I’m emotional, my stomach looks bloated, and I’m extremely tired but my pregnancy tests keep coming back negative, it’s really frustrating me now

    • By Sarah (not verified) on 17 Jun 2019 - 13:57

      I'm 39 weeks pregnant and had a sweep two days ago after a sweep. everything went quite no pains, had the best night sleep in a long time then I was loosing my mucus plug as well as well as being 2cm dilated but in the last month or so my baby gas been very active but now I can feel her moving but not half as much as I did before is this due to her moving further down into my pelvis?

    • By Anonymous (not verified) on 12 Jun 2019 - 17:06

      I have been on the combined pill for just over a year and a half. On my 7 day break I had a period from the third of May to around the 7th of May. I started taking the pill again from a new pack on the 7th and took another on the 8th. However, on the 8th I decided to come off the pill. From the 8th to the 13th I had a light bleed which I was unsure if it was normal as I had just come off the pill. The 14th was my high ovulation day. On the 16th I had spotting. I am now 11 days late for my period. I have nausea , pain in my sides , lower back ache and extreme tiredness. So far I have had 3 negative pregnancy tests. Could I be pregnant and it’s just early days? Any help would be appreciated xx

    • By jolana (not verified) on 25 Jun 2019 - 10:42

      l done a test and the test show that l am pregnant so l dont know if is true

    • By Sansa (not verified) on 12 Jun 2019 - 06:26

      1 month ago I was suffering from all the early pregnancy symptoms , So I was excited in order to miss my first menstrual cycle But 1week before the menstrual I suffered from back and abdominal pain and cramps of more than normal intensity It continued till the menstruation. I had vaginal discharge with blood But the strange part is It last for about 2 an half days and the flow was high than usual . After that I suffered the symptoms of early pregnancy but it began to reduce by days and as I m very close to my this month menstrual cycle , symptoms are no more visible but there are no signs of menstrual to come.

      Please suggest !

    • By Victoria (not verified) on 30 May 2019 - 15:21

      I need to knw hw many week gone I'm i cause am not sure pls thnks

    • By Catherine (not verified) on 30 May 2019 - 07:11

      Hi I’m very newly pregnant after IVF treatment (4 weeks tomorrow) and my 2 year old keeps going to sit on my lap sometimes heavily. I’m trying to encourage him to sit next to me instead but he sat down heavily this morning and I’m panicked he could have hurt the baby. Am I over worrying?

    • By Elizabeth (not verified) on 27 May 2019 - 22:38

      I have resontley found out I am pregnant i though I was abut 6 weeks pregnant .. but just look on my calendar my last pirude was 13 of March 2019.. do i get intuch with my midwife or wait

    • By Paige (not verified) on 29 Apr 2019 - 19:43

      Hi, i had my 34 week midwife appointment today and she told me to make my next appointment for 2 weeks time with the receptionist on the way out as im a ftm im supposed to have appointments every 2 weeks at this point but the only available appointment is for a months time when im 38 weeks so I'll be missing the 36 week appointment altogether what should i do? Im anemic and they took blood today to see if they need to do more than iron tablets and now i wont know that for a month!

    • By Paige (not verified) on 26 Apr 2019 - 16:41

      Hi, i had my 34 week midwife appointment today and she told me to make my next appointment for 2 weeks time with the receptionist on the way out as im a ftm im supposed to have appointments every 2 weeks at this point but the only available appointment is for a months time when im 38 weeks so I'll be missing the 36 week appointment altogether what should i do? Im anemic and they took blood today to see if they need to do more than iron tablets and now i wont know that for a month!

    • By Hayley speck (not verified) on 2 Apr 2019 - 00:43

      I had my 12 week scan a week ago I was actually 13 weeks,I had all my bloods taken,now i have recieved a letter a week later to say i have had an appointment made to attend an appointment at the womens and children's department.
      I'm really worried as to what this is for,is this normal?

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 24 Apr 2019 - 15:49

      Hi Hayley
      This could be for your booking appointment when you meet with your midwife-they will discuss with you your past medical history, any previous pregnancies,family history, social and psychological issues etc. They will also discuss your test results and make a plan for your pregnancy care.
      If you have already had this appointment then I would suggest contacting your maternity unit to find out what the new appointment is for.

    • By Anonymous (not verified) on 15 Mar 2019 - 21:20

      I had a miscarriage at 11+3 last year. I had very faint bleeding the day after I’d had sex with my partner. I didn’t contact my midwife as it was very light and dark coloured and after reading advice online I assumed it was a “normal” pregnancy bleed. Two days later I started to bleed again but this time was heavier and the following day I was admitted to an Early Maternity Unit where I miscarried.

      I’m now 9 weeks pregnant and terrified of having sex with my partner. I’ve been putting it off ever since discovering I was pregnant.

      Is it possible that having sex could have brought on my miscarriage? I had a healthy pregnancy with no issues up to that point. Is this something I should mention to my midwife at my next appointment? Are there any tests that I can request? I’ve read that sex can cause miscarriage if you have a weak cervix.

      I don’t know if this is something I should raise or if I am just clutching at straws trying to explain why I miscarried last time.

      Thanks in advance

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 22 Mar 2019 - 09:29

      I am so sorry to hear about your miscarriage, and it is completely understandable that you are trying to find answers as to why this happened. There is no evidence to say that having sex causes miscarriage, in most cases it is perfectly safe to have sex in pregnancy. We only advised against it for reasons such as having a low lying placenta, if your waters have broken or you are at high risk of having a premature baby, none of these reasons would be applicable at 9 weeks of pregnancy. I am afraid after one miscarriage, tests and investigations are not offered, positively this is because there is a very high chance that you will go on to have a healthy successful pregnancy. There is no 'test' as such for a weak cervix, only screening later in pregnancy in the second trimester by measuring any early changes to the cervix but this would only be for women who are at high risk of a premature labour.
      If you have further questions then please do email us, [email protected]
      Best wishes
      Tommy's midwife

    • By Cristal ramos (not verified) on 12 Mar 2019 - 20:49

      Im a little worried because im going to be a month on thursday and im bleeding way to much. I dont have alot of money at the moment. What can i do?

    • By L kendall (not verified) on 24 Feb 2019 - 08:04

      Hi there, I've been getting awful headaches since I entered my 2nd trimester. They range from light to debilitating, but I have one every day. Sometimes drinking a sugary drink alongside my water intake helps - but is this normal? Sometimes I feel like I can't even get into work, or sleep because they're so bad.

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 27 Feb 2019 - 10:57

      Hi L kendall
      No, this is not normal. Please take yourself, and your pregnancy notes into your local maternity unit's labour ward/triage/day assessment unit for urgent review as soon as you can today. The midwife and obstetric doctors will check your Blood pressure, urine, take your history, test your reflexes and ask you lots of questions about the type of headaches that you are having. Please don't leave this, it could be early onset pre-eclampsia. Take good care of yourself, Tommy's Midwife

    • By Hannah (not verified) on 15 Jan 2019 - 01:54

      Hi there, I just drank 220ml of a bottle of shop-bought kombucha. I stupidly didn't even think about it but then suddenly realised I should have researched it before having it - I've since read a few articles which say it isn't safe for pregnant women due to being unpasteurised, containing a small amount of caffeine and bacteria, and also having a small alcohol content (my bottle says it contains no more than 0.5%, a trace amount of alcohol). I'm now feeling really worried - should I be? Is there anything I can do? Thanks so much.

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 16 Jan 2019 - 10:38

      Hi Hannah
      I had not heard of this drink before, so had to do some research.
      Due to its fermentation process and small chance that there may be an amount of alcohol in the drink, we would advise that you do not drink this again during pregnancy. It is very unlikely that this has caused any harm to the pregnancy from one consumption, but please avoid drinking this again.
      Please take good care of yourself. Tommy's Midwife

    • By Barbara (not verified) on 9 Jan 2019 - 18:00

      Hi I had my last period on 28th November 2018 how many weeks am I this is my first pregnancy and am I due to go to the clinic

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 10 Jan 2019 - 16:25

      Hi Barbara - Thank you for your message.
      If the first day of your last period (LMP) was 28/11/2018 - then you are currently (approx) 6 weeks pregnant, with an estimated due date (EDD) of 04/09/2019.
      If you haven't already, please start taking folic acid supplements.

    • By Sophie (not verified) on 7 Jan 2019 - 21:54

      Hi there,
      I'm almost 37 weeks' pregnant. A friend of mine with an 8-week old baby came to my house last week, two days after having his first set of jabs. I'm now concerned I shouldn't have been in contact with the baby - I washed my hands before eating, but concerned the parents may not have washed properly and touched door handles etc after changing his nappy. Also, how long after the jabs should I avoid babies (if at all)? Thanks

    • By Ali (not verified) on 24 Dec 2018 - 09:39

      Hi, my wife is 39 weeks pregnant and she has appointment with midwife today I ask her that I wanna go on appointment with her but she refused to take me there she is saying there's only woman u r not allowed there the whole pregnacy she says like this and now she's refusing sex as she's saying she don't want infection I'm so upset and disappointed

    • By Pearl (not verified) on 5 Nov 2018 - 08:24

      Good Day, i am confused at 22 weeks i went for a scan at the hospital and it showed that the baby was a boy and at 27 weeks i went to the doctor because i was not feeling well and he did the scan and he said the baby was a girls, now i'm confused could you please assist.

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 5 Nov 2018 - 15:29

      Hi Pearl
      Only the sonographer can give you this information by what they see on scan. So if they are unsure, they may want to re-scan you to give you a definitive answer. All the best -Tommy's Midwife

    • By Dee (not verified) on 29 Oct 2018 - 14:36

      Hi - how soon after an 8wk miscarriage can we try again? The bleeding from the miscarriage has stopped (been two weeks since miscarriage and bleeding stopped six days ago). Will the next bleed be my period and we go again from that point..? Thanks in advance. So grateful you're here. x

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 2 Nov 2018 - 09:46

      Hi Dee,
      I am so sorry to hear about your recent miscarriage. Trying again after miscarriage is very personal, and essentially it is when you feel you are physically and emotionally ready. Common advice is to wait until you have had your next full 'normal' period, however there is no medical reason for this, this is to make it easier to date the next pregnancy and reduce confusion and some anxiety that this can bring.
      Best wishes
      Tommy's midwife

    • By Jenny (not verified) on 22 Oct 2018 - 16:05

      Hi. This is my first pregnancy. Should my partner attend my booking in appointment with me? He is very happy to come along but we are not sure if he needs to.

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 23 Oct 2018 - 13:59

      Yes, the booking appointment is arranged to take a full history from you. Both your family histories will be discussed in relation to risk for some metabolic conditions. It is also a chance for you to ask questions about the care you will be offered. The midwife will ask about your living arrangements and discuss things like smoking, alcohol consumption, diet etc. It is important for you both to be involved and for the new father to understand how he can support you and the baby. Follow-up antenatal appointments are shorter and less important for you both to attend.

    • By Magdalena (not verified) on 7 Oct 2018 - 17:29

      I am pregnant and I would like to know what I need to do now that I know I am pregnant to have a healthy pregnancy

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 9 Oct 2018 - 12:21

      Hi Magdalena, Just follow our pregnancy calender for all this information
      You can also follow us on Facebook or Instagram for all you need to know and some ideas for healthy living in pregnancy.

    • By Lisa (not verified) on 1 Oct 2018 - 12:51

      Hi, I’m 10 weeks today and I have my scan booked for the 15th which we can’t wait for, I have all of my symptoms still other than cramps, they seem to have tailed off other than the odd one, is it normal for the cramping to ease off at this stage? It’s so hard to find information online and I don’t want to be bothering the midwife at my surgery with something that is probably very norma!

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 4 Oct 2018 - 14:30

      Hi Lisa, Thank you for your comment.
      What you are experiencing is very normal, pregnancy symptoms can come and go and you still have all your other pregnancy symptoms so this is reassuring. Hope this helps, Tommy's Midwives x

    • By Rosie (not verified) on 1 Oct 2018 - 11:25

      Hi I am 5+2 (I think!) I have my first midwife appointment on the 17th October (at around 8 weeks) am I able to speak with a midwife before this appointment? This is my first baby and I’m finding myself on edge most of the time not knowing If aches and pains are normal etc I feel I need some reassurance and with 16 days to go until my booked appointment I just don’t want to be worrying as I know that’s no good!! X

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 1 Oct 2018 - 16:31

      Hi Rosie, You are not alone. This is a common concern. If our website isn't able to answer your questions you can e-mail us at [email protected]'
      We have tried to answer many of the most common questions on our pages. If your question isn't on the page relating to the number of weeks you are pregnant, try the search button with a key word. We hope it is helpful. Best wishes

    • By Grace (not verified) on 27 Sep 2018 - 15:16

      Hi, I am 29+6 and only gained weight around my stomache which is a firm bump! I haven't gainwed weight anywhere else on my body and am concered im not gaining enough? A this a problem? Thanks in advance!

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 28 Sep 2018 - 12:01

      Hi - and Congratulations on your pregnancy!
      Its quite normal at this stage in your pregnancy to have quite a firm bump and not experience much weight gain.
      There are several different things that contribute to the weight you put on when you are pregnant. These include:

      Your baby
      The placenta
      The amniotic fluid (the water surrounding your baby)
      Your growing breasts
      The increased blood you need
      Extra fat stores
      Natural fluid retention.
      Changes in your body, such as extra fat and increased blood volume, are important for the health of your baby and the pregnancy.
      However, if you are worried about being underweight in your pregnancy or about your weight - have a read of our information pages on weight in pregnancy and also speak to your midwife.

    • By Kelley (not verified) on 18 Sep 2018 - 20:41

      Hello! At my 20 week scan, the tech found a small amount of liquid in both the stomach and the bladder. They did not seem worried at all about it but did request I come back in two weeks to check them again. Should I be concerned? They didnt give a reason why they might be both filling up but they called it bilateral something.. They said it would be more concerning if it was only in one or the other? Any insight on what could be going on?

    • By Midwife @Tommys on 21 Sep 2018 - 09:55

      Hi Kelley, I don't want to downplay your concerns and I certainly understand your desire to find some answers - we all do the same, however, this could be many things or nothing. Without much more information and without follow up anyone advising on your situation will not be informed enough to make comment. Your follow up scan may find that the fluid has resolved or decreased. Try not to scare yourself with what ifs but please when you do have more information you are most welcome to give us a call to discuss on 0800 0147 800 or you can ask to speak to a consultant obstetrician in the scanning department. Take care, Tommy's midwives

    • By Ellie (not verified) on 15 Sep 2018 - 11:04

      I am nearly 8 weeks pregnant but apart from the positive tests and sore boobs I have had no other symptoms? I am booked in for a scan in 4 weeks time but I am anxious about them telling me there is no baby there. This is my first pregnancy and I am so worried that something has gone wrong, shouldn’t I be feeling a lot more at this stage? I’ve had no morning sickness or anything. Feel like four weeks is too long to wait without knowing. Just don’t know what to do - I’ve had an appointment with my midwife last week and she said it seems normal but I’m not convinced?

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