In a word, no. If you have no pregnancy symptoms then consider yourself one of the lucky ones. Really!
What many people don’t realize is that generally the problems or symptoms often associated with pregnancy are caused by diet, deficiencies, or genetic predisposition, either directly or indirectly. Symptoms can be caused by such deficiencies as magnesium or iron and some women go through their entire pregnancy without any or many symptoms at all.
In reality all pregnancies are different, so while one person may experience heartburn, fatigue, morning sickness, sensitivity to smells, tenderness in the breast area, food cravings or aversions, nausea, bloating, frequent urination, gas, exhaustion, or a combination of these, another woman may not show any of these symptoms at any stage.
As an example, some women suffer from morning sickness right throughout their pregnancy, others just in the first trimester, some in the latter part of the pregnancy and others don’t experience vomiting or nausea at all. There is no right or wrong way to feel when it comes to a pregnancy.
While you may suspect you are pregnant due to a home pregnancy test, you may still not be showing any symptoms. This can and does happen. Sometimes women with PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) show no symptoms or only very minor symptoms of pregnancy. Neither of these examples demonstrate that anything is wrong necessarily, however, as a precaution, you should always visit your doctor to see that everything is progressing as it should be.1 | 2