Thanks for posting your query. Pregnancy
is a time when there are many hormonal
changes happening in your body. It is normal to have mood swings.
This usually happens in the first trimester. You may be worried about your job and about how you are going to care for the baby.
It is good that all your tests and reports are normal and you have nothing to worry on that score.
What you can do is talk to your husband and other close family members about your concerns.
They can help you plan about future baby care.
At present try to take it easy and don't try to do too much in a single day. Eat nutritious food and get plenty of rest. Try walking for about 10 to 15 minutes daily and get adequate sleep.
You should start feeling better in a week or two. If you feel that you are continuing to feel low for more than two weeks or that your anxiety
is increasing in intensity then you must tell your gynecologist who will either direct you to a counselor or prescribe some medicines for you.
or severe anxiety during pregnancy can affect the baby's health. It can also result in premature labour or postpartum depression.
But mild mood swings during 6 to 12 weeks pregnancy is normal and most women have them.
Hope I’ve helped you. Please get back if you have any further queries.
Wishing you good health,