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    I'm 20 weeks tomorrow and I have not thrown up once, only time I would get a seedy feeling is if I didn't eat. They only "symptoms" I've had is growing boobs, sleepy and now a big fat tummy which kicks me.

    Some people are lucky to not get sick. Think of it as a blessing cause I've had a crappy spewy pregnancy and it wasn't fun..

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    Besides being tired, which with 2 little kids is just really another day, no symptoms here for any of my pregnancies (3rd now) Besides boobs noticeably bigger (about week 12). Tiredness kicked in about week 6/7 and easing up from about week 13. I'm hanging out for some baby movement to "feel" pregnant.

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    i went to my gp yesterday and he made me do another pregnancy test. He said i was 6 weeks.
    Ive just started to get extremely exhausted. ive also lost my appetite and dropped a couple kg's (im 43 kgs, was 46kgs :|)Waiting on blood tests as gp thinks iron deficiency. Im screwed if ms comes along.
    gahhhhhh. knew it would bite me in the bum. I spoke too soon about no symptoms.

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    I have NO morning sickness throughout the whole of my pregnancy. Neither did my mother nor my grandmothers.
    When I asked th OB why I had no ms, he explained to me that morning sickness only happens in 50% of pregnancy. People who suffer from ms will complain and tell the whole world about how much they suffer. While people who dont have ms, just stay quiet and count their lucky stars. That is why we read so many stories about ms and are waiting for us to get it too.
    So dont be alarmed if you dont get ms. Feel blessed

    Oh and the only symptom I had for those 35 weeks, was tender breasts from about 12 weeks on and swollen legs from 30 weeks on.


 

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