5 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I missed my period. My pregnancy test is negative. And I didn't feel like womiting, breast tenderness. Is there any problem??? Plz tell me.....

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Answer: Hi dear, It is too early for you to feel such symptoms.although some women are too sensitive to feel pregnancy symptoms this early too.it depends on each pregnancy and body type.my nausea started only by 8 th week.so donot worry much about the symptoms.
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