11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Iam 11th week but no reaction

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Answer: Hi dear, Symptoms vary person to person.symptoms also appear once the pregnancy hormones increases.but again symptoms won't gaurentee the growth of baby.so relax.if your scans and blood work is fine.not to worry.
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