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    I was so like you. At 5 weeks i wanted morning sickness to know all was good. How stupid was I?. BOOM morning sickness and couldn't function it was bloody awful. Turns out the having morning sickness doesn't mean all is good anyway. Please just enjoy being non nauseous xx

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    I had no ms for my whole pregnancy. Like you, it worried me. But everything was fine!

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    Sounds normal. I had the belly discomfort thing which does happen early on. As long as there is no bleeding that's ok. I had absolutely no morning sickness, but was starving ALL the time from about 5/6 weeks to 12 weeks.
    I also had terrible headaches quite often.

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    Firstly congrats! Ms doesn't necessarily indicate that all is well, it can be truly awful so enjoy feeling good whilst it lasts!

    I've had 4 pregnancies & quite awful ms with 3 of them - random vomiting at any time of the day, every day. 2 of those pregnancies ended in missed mc where I was still suffering awful nausea and vomiting but our bubs had passed without our knowledge (only found out via routine us). So don't take ms as a sign that all is fine/lack of ms that something is wrong. many women have no ms at all and have perfectly healthy babies

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    Thanks for the words of wisdom ladies.

    I think I'm just being paranoid.

    As for other symptoms...

    I think my breasts are bigger - but not tender or sore. And just have a constant niggly headache. Oh and some says - no appetite at all (which recently is kind of normal for me as I have had gastric sleeving). Then some days I'm starving. I have perhaps an increased sense of smell - the oil cookers at work smell rancidly strong and could smell bleach the other day in a shopping centre.

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    I've had no morning sickness. I was thirsty from the start & tired from about 8 weeks. Other than that no symptoms. This is my first preg & I'm 6 months now. I haven't felt preg at all until I started feeling the baby moving 2 weeks ago :-)

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    Im almost 20 weeks and haven't had any morning sickness. Not everyone gets it.

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    I didn't have any MS throughout pregnancy (lucky). In fact I barely had any symptoms at all.... It was surprisingly cruisy for me

    Good luck with your pregnancy

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    Congratulations on ur bub!
    and don't stress abt not having ms. Trust me it is something I would have wanted to avoid but I was not so lucky and it put me out of work.
    enjoy feeling good and don't think abt anything !

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    Lots of women have no MS at all and deliver healthy babies with issue free pgs. MS is a funny thing. We want to feel it in the early stages to feel pg, but once it hits.... trust me.... you are better off with no MS lol I'm almost 27 weeks and still have sick days. It sucks.

    I'm sure everything is fine


 

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