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    9 weeks 4 days here and still no actual sickness, although I have started to develop an aversion to certain foods that I used to like...

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    Hi happy!

    for my first preg that ended in m/c, I had absolutely NO morning sickness.

    With my second preg, again NO morning sickness (which i must admit did worry me at the time). But i delivered a healthy happy full term baby boy, now one y.o.

    Im 6wks preg now and am experiencing daily very mild m/s which begun at 5wks. But weird thing is my boobs don't hurt one bit!

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    Default When did you start feeling sick?

    I'm 17wks and haven't been sick at all.
    Only exhausted - and that stopped at 10 wks

    Be glad to be on the non-MS band wagon, it can be a pretty rough ride and we get it easy!
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    Default When did you start feeling sick?

    Mine started at 9 weeks and peaked at 12 weeks (to the day, when I actually vomited for the first and last time all pregnancy!)

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    Default When did you start feeling sick?

    I am 28 wks and never got sick one bit. Fingers crossed you're the same!

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    Default When did you start feeling sick?

    Very little symptoms at all here- currently 36 weeks!

    I spent the first few weeks of my pregnancy 'waiting' for the symptoms to hit- just stop and take the time to enjoy each day you feel good rather than wonder when it's all going to kick in- it might not. It's hard- I'm still finding myself waiting to feel crappy like I 'should'.

    Congratulations and enjoy!!

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    Default Re: When did you start feeling sick?

    Mine started at 6 weeks but maybe you'll get lucky this time with little or no morning sickness :-) fingers crossed! I was the only pregnancy in which my mum had morning sickness with, my older and younger siblings did not cause her any lol, funny how different every pregnancy can be! Good luck and all the best x

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    Default Re: When did you start feeling sick?

    Never. Not one bit of ms the whole pregnancy. You might be the same

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    7 weeks on the dot.......

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    Default Re: When did you start feeling sick?

    5 weeks on the dot

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