Normal or should I be concerned?

Patient

Q: I am currently 8w4d pregnant with my first child. My husband and I have been trying to conceive for over 3 years before I was diagnosed with PCOS this past July. After 2 rounds of Clomid, we were lucky and became pregnant. We heard the baby's heartbeat at 6w1d via ultrasound. However, over the past few days, my symptoms have all but disappeared. I was lucky to begin with in that my symptoms were minor from the start. Minor fatigue, frequent urination and breast tenderness, and visible blue veins in my breast. Now they are have all seemed to vanished. I have been dealing with minor dull achy cramps on and off the last few days in my lower and middle abdomen with the occasional sharp pain behind my belly button. I have had no spotting or bleeding. Is this normal, the disappearance of symptoms so early or should I be more concerned? Even the frequent urination is gone as well as the blue veins in my breasts.

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