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    Default Symptoms disappeared 8w4d

    Sorry for typos, posting from iPhone:

    Good morning,

    Just wanted to check in and appease my mind on this one. I've had terrible morning sickness since 6w2d as well as food aversions, sore breasts-- the whole shebang. Today, I wake up and feel great. None of the above. I was unable to eat much at all and even my appetite is back. Could baby have stopped growing or something? I had a semi tumble yesterday and a sofa chair fell on me but that was on my ack. My tummy folded over on itself a bit (overweight lady OP) but no sharp cramps or bleeding happening so far, Judy general feel goodness.

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    Haha I thing I wrote this exact post last year. At 5 w 5 d I wrote on here that I was worried something was wrong as I had nothing. On 6w 2d I worte I wasnt sure how I was going to cope withe the MS at about 8w 6d I came on here that I did not feel pregnant and more. My MS started back 9w 3d and stayed until 25 weeks!!! Lucky me lol

    From what I understand is your hormones are everywhere and that whats makes us sick. Around this time (which I believe, but dont quote me) when the placenta starts to take over, your hormones can regulate taking with it the nausea. For some it comes back others it may not. I hope it doesnt for your sake as I threw up at my train station every morning for 25 weeks straight lol

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    Hi Meld, and thank you for your response.

    I am hoping that you are right and that everything is fine. It is just so disconcerting to have m/s rule my life for the past two weeks to the point where I can't go anywhere or do anything and then all of a sudden I feel good. Not necessarily great, but a solid good. I did have that little tumble yesterday, and my tummy flopped over but didn't get directly impacted or anything.

    I hope you are right and this morning sickness is gone and has a chance of not coming back. It has been such a nightmare, but of course if it meant bub was OK then I could cope. Now it'll be a 3 week or so wait to double check that baby is ok and happy in there, unless of course MS comes back which won't exactly make me a happy lassy

    I'm sorry to hear about your persistent m/s with your bub, but happy to hear that all was happy and healthy in the end

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    Haha I thing I wrote this exact post last year. At 5 w 5 d I wrote on here that I was worried something was wrong as I had nothing. On 6w 2d I worte I wasnt sure how I was going to cope withe the MS at about 8w 6d I came on here that I did not feel pregnant and more. My MS started back 9w 3d and stayed until 25 weeks!!! Lucky me lol

    From what I understand is your hormones are everywhere and that whats makes us sick. Around this time (which I believe, but dont quote me) when the placenta starts to take over, your hormones can regulate taking with it the nausea. For some it comes back others it may not. I hope it doesnt for your sake as I threw up at my train station every morning for 25 weeks straight lol

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    Don't be surprised if it comes back tomorrow or in a couple of days..... i had this happen to me in my first trimester too and was feeling like i wasn't pregnant and was getting quiet worried especially with having a couple of slight bleeds a few days before feeling like this..... however it never lasted more then a couple of days for me and would then i would feel more pregnant then ever lol..... i hope all goes well and if you are still worried in a day or two go ask your doctor for a scan or blood test to check your hormones levels are as they should be

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    Hi All,

    Well it seems you were right. Some of my symptoms have returned. Luckily no full on vomiting but definitely more tender and off than I was yesterday. Strangely relieved to feel yucky. Pregnancy is such an odd (yet lucky) state in which to be!


 

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