Other symptoms – or lack of…
Most pregnant women have an idea of certain physical changes that are likely to happen in the first few months of pregnancy, for example: feeling sick, a metallic taste in the mouth, food cravings, tiredness, breast tenderness and changes, a need to go the toilet more often.
If you don’t have any of those changes, or if you do and then they suddenly disappear, it does not necessarily mean that you are likely to miscarry.
On the other hand – and this is confusing – having all of those symptoms doesn’t guarantee that all is or will be well. It can be very difficult to make sense of symptoms or their absence.