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    Default 6 weeks pregnant and I feel great!

    I had MS week 7-9

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    I was cheering because I had no morning sickness. I was sick the day I found out I was pregnant and then nothing. The at about 11-12 weeks it kicked in It was horrid and lasted till 24-25 weeks... Then with DD I was really sick from very early on and I think it eased at about 16 weeks. So I guess my point is, both my pregnancies differed greatly in how ms presented. I guess the only thing you can try and do at this stage is relax... although easier said than done I guess

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    I had the exact same concerns at 6 weeks, then at 7 weeks got smacked with the most horrible, constant nausea that saw me only move from bed or the lounge to vomit occasionally. I'm now 14 weeks with bub progressing well... So don't wish your well feelings away :-)
    hopefully you'll be one of those people who gets no symptoms at all!

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    Try not to stress, I was exactly the same. I felt great too, the closest I got to ms was getting bus sick and sipping water at about 7ish wks. Havent spewed once the whole time except when I caught gastro at 4wks. I remember my only symptom was sore boobs and they vanished bw 6-12wks and I freaked out.

    I'm 29wks tomorrow and trying not to jinx myself but my pregnancy has been so enjoyable and easy. I have felt amazing the whole time and prob better then I feel non pregnant. I am starting to get a tad uncomfy but nothing major.

    Everyone who knows me can't believe how much pregnancy agrees with me! My sister was the same. Do u have sister/mother to compare too? Someone told me generally it it similar per family, no idea if that's true.

    Good luck with ur journey, I had a missed mc before this and was freaking out it would happen again. I'm still nervous and think I will be until he is safely earthside but trying to enjoy too.

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    I never had MS, only had tender boobs weeks 4-6 and felt tired. Otherwise no symptoms at all. I have a 16 month old DS


 

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