The symptoms of molar pregnancy and normal pregnancy are similar during the first weeks, so there are few differences between the two.
Sometimes hydatidiform mole or molar pregnancy is asymptomatic and is discovered in the first ultrasound. Other times, the woman suffers symptoms such as abnormal growth of the uterus, enlargement of the ovaries, nausea, vaginal bleeding or increased blood pressure. Typical symptoms of hypothyroidism such as restlessness, nervousness, weight loss, etc. may also appear.
All molar pregnancies end in miscarriage, as they are incompatible with life.