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    I had no MS at all. I am sure everything is fine 😃

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    Like others I had no MS at all but had a healthy pregnancy.

    Good luck for the rest of your pregnancy

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    No you shouldn't be worried. Just count your blessings to be one of those women that don't get MS (or maybe it will come later!).

    Apparently 25% of pregnant woman don't experience MS.

    I'm 20 weeks pregnant in my 2d pregnancy and I have never had any MS symptoms.
    My 20mo is happily napping in the next door bedroom

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    I don't think you should be too concerned you may just be lucky not to have m/s. With my 1st pregnancy I didn't have any m/s til 9 weeks. I'm in my 2nd pregnancy at 6w6d and I've been sick for 2 weeks now and it hasn't been fun. Enjoy being pregnant and try not to let things worry you too much.

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    With my first I had no ms until 6 and a half weeks. Then it took hold with a vengeance! Try not to worry, every pregnancy is different. My mum never even had a moment of nausea when pregnant with me!

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    I'm 5+4 & concerned about lack of symptoms.
    Last pregnancy with DS, I had nausea and very sore breasts by this stage. I was nauseated for about 11 weeks.

    This time, I have had nothing except a few bouts of nausea around 4 weeks. Breasts aren't sore. I'm wondering if it's a missed mc?

    I had a very early scan that could only identify the sac (to rule out an ectopic) have to wait another 2 weeks for a proper dating scan. I guess it's lucky I don't have to wait til 13 weeks....sigh.

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    I have 4 children and am yet to experience MS 😄 I don't think that having no MS is anything to worry about at all.

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    Default No MS @ 6+ weeks

    I didn't know I was preg until I did a rest and got BFP. I'm now 6w+4d. Still no MS. I went and had my first US and everything was as it should be so I wouldn't stress either. I am loving being preg for the first time and not having MS. 😃😃

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    I didn't have any morning sickness in my first trimester.

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    First time u had nothing, and second time it didn't start till seven weeks. And now am wishing it hadn't!


 

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