Hey, do not stress too much about the pregnancy symptoms, they definitely come and go and it isn’t that normal to get full blown symptoms until the very end of your first trimester. Add to that all the meds you are on and they cause symptoms/suppress some!
My first pregnancy I had NO symptoms other than cramping from implantation that I was convinced was Aunt Flo. My only inkling that my beta might be positive was a strange feeling of wanting to eat celery…lol (that became full blown craving by end of 1st trimester)…but I had nothing else, no morning sickness, sore boobs or anything other than some definite weight gain in belly area by end of 12 weeks since I started out with two.
My second pregnancy, I had a bout of nauseau the day before my blood test that made me wonder if it was morning sickness but I attributed it to eating out and a little touch of food poisoning…but surprise, it was definitely my first inkling of morning sickness and I was tormented with the worst symptoms of early pregnancy in the first trimester of my second pregnancy.
So two pregnancies and two completely different feelings…
BUT, I agree with everyone who says CALL your RE, my RE and then my OB/GYN would get so upset when I said I was looking at stuff online, they said to not trust “Dr. Google” but contact their nurses for advice or input. With my first pregnancy, I told my ob/gyn about my fertility struggles and that I was natural born pessimist so to please make note in charts that I might be more needy than average patient…She laughed but she did make notes to pay a little more attention to my calls and inquiries!!!
Best of luck, I still remember how awesome it was to finally realize I was pregnant and wondering what symptoms I would get…turns out sometimes you don’t get any or they only last for a brief period (be thankful for that!!).