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    Default Lack of morning sickness

    Can a lack of morning sickness, no morning sickness early on (12 weeks plus) mean anything bad necessarily? Can possibly mean lower levels of hcg in the body can't it resulting in a weaker pregnancy, or just a myth?

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    it means your lucky some people dont get any at all some get it really bad.everyone is different and have different pregnancies.i dont think it has anything to do with how strong the pregnancy is at all.i have friends who didnt get anything at all and breezed through and go on to have beautiful bubs

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    I had no MS with DS1 am now pregnant with #2 and again, no MS. Was doing my head in (I'm 5weeks) until my boobs started to give me the confirmation that I needed. Now they are just annoying me!

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    I had no morning sickness at all with my first and only a slight amount, mostly just feeling nauseous with my 2nd.
    Some of us are just lucky.

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    I had the same worries as I had no morning sickness at all. Wasn't an issue though as my pregnancy went as planned. I know I kinda wanted confirmation that I was pregnant but was also grateful to feel well.

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    I had no morning sickness at all and my beautiful healthy son is now 18months.

    I have a theory (there's always a couple of exceptions to the rule) that if you're pregnant with a boy = no morning sickness, pregnant with a girl= morning sickness. it's definitely proved to be 98% true in all the people I know that have been pregnant!

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    According to my Dr it does mean less hgc..

    I had reeeeealy bad ms with my 1st, a bit less with my 2nd and absolutely none this time round.

    It absolutely felt strange to know I am utd with no symptoms.

    I guess every pregnancy is different... Be thankful.. Ms is dreadful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamasurfs View Post
    I had no morning sickness at all and my beautiful healthy son is now 18months.

    I have a theory (there's always a couple of exceptions to the rule) that if you're pregnant with a boy = no morning sickness, pregnant with a girl= morning sickness. it's definitely proved to be 98% true in all the people I know that have been pregnant!
    Add me to the exception to the rule... Both ds's I had it, but the first one was waaaaay worse!

    Will find out in 20 weeks time what I've got this time round.. If it's a girl then my 'rule' will be the opposite to you!

    Lol ps I'm mucking around, not trying to be mean or anything

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    It's a myth, try not to worry.

    I had awful morning sickness and I miscarried. Evwry person and every pregnancy is different.

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    I had 0 MS with DS6 and terrible 16wks of prescription medicated MS with this belly bub- now 37wks

    Every pregnancy can be so different. It doesn't necessarily indicate a viable pregnancy or not.


 

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