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    I don't think bubbles meant to say that no MS or symptoms means there is something wrong with the pregnancy.
    I think she was just saying that she believes MS can mean HCG is rising.

    Personally though, I think it just depends on the person. It doesn't mean much if you have MS or not.
    Our bodies all react differently & each pregnancy is different

    Good luck with everything OP!





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    Oh dear. Here I am! I am atm just relaxing and not panicking about being 3 days out. I think everything will be ok this time.
    That was the original question

    I definently have all day nausea for the last 4 days
    I am only feeling better since having around 25mg of b6. The nausea is still there if I don't take it.
    I can think of 5 women straight away that didn't have nausea in there pregnancy (I work with 95% women)

    At the end of the day, a foetus can not saved. What ever happens is meant to be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    At the end of the day, a foetus can not saved. What ever happens is meant to be
    Such a great attitude! I had bad morning sickness with my first pregnancy, I vomited every day and I miscarried at 9 weeks.

    Second pregnancy I didn't vomit once and I now have a healthy baby boy.

    Try and enjoy your pregnancy!

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    From my experience if you know your dates are out 3 days from LMP - lie to the hospital about your LMP date (make it 3 days later). I knew I ovulated on CD 17 so did this to save confusion as I conceived DD on about CD 35 after coming off the pill but some health professionals still wanted to go by my LMP! I know your3 days doesn't seem like much but at the end it could make the difference between being induced or going naturally (or in my case it could have prevented my VBAC attempt). Good luck, I hope this is your super-sticky baby!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lolakitty View Post
    I don't think bubbles meant to say that no MS or symptoms means there is something wrong with the pregnancy.
    I think she was just saying that she believes MS can mean HCG is rising.

    Personally though, I think it just depends on the person. It doesn't mean much if you have MS or not.
    Our bodies all react differently & each pregnancy is different

    Good luck with everything OP!





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    Thanks LolaKitty, that's exactly what I was saying.
    All I said was I'd read an article
    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/id...01006?irpc=932
    I did then say not everyone had symptoms and still had healthy pregnancies.

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    And I said it after Kazza said she was feeling rotten to make her feel better.

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    It's all ok. xxx. Lets move on from this thread

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    It's all good. I know you were saying to make Kazza feel better. But you also kind of shut down peonies who also was just saying that both experiences are normal...

    I just remember how scared I was when I wasn't sick at all, and if I'd read a comment like yours at that time I probably would have had a major freak out and sat around waiting for a miscarriage to strike... I just wanted to clarify for any other newbie without m/s reading that while the presence of m/s might reduce the likelihood of miscarrying, the absence of m/s does not make you MORE likely to m/c.

    The two aren't mutually exclusive. That's all I meant.

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    Thanks rainbow road. It was actually said in response to me saying I hadn't had any sickness & appeared to have a normal pregnancy so far, with the comment "I don't know about that". So I don't think it was a stretch to interpret that the way most people did.


 

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