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    Just hit 7 weeks today. Hope the MS doesn't start 😁😁😁

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    From having a VERY regular cycle and using OPK, I suspect I'm about 11 weeks pregnant, I was meant to have my dating scan on Friday but the technician decided he wanted to go home early, so I won't know for sure until Friday the 13th of feb.
    I've peed on another stick (diluted because of the hook effect), that says Im still pregnant,

    but I have zero morning sickness. I was sick ONCE and it lasted about 5 minutes, and other than that, have none. Zero.

    So my point is, while I still haven't got the scan to 'prove' I'm that far along, I should be, and it seems semi normal to not have the sickness, too.

    My Mum said she didn't get it until AFTER 12 weeks, but then it hit with a vengeance

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    There is a lot of similar post on bubhub. Truth is 1 women out of 4 won't get morning sickness at all.

    I'm in my second pregnancy, 25wks, and yet to experience MS.

    Just count your lucky star

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    You may be lucky and not get it. I didn't have it with my first 2 pregnancies and only had it for a few weeks with my third but mild.

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    Never had it with both DS and DD.
    Some people just don't get it

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    Default 5 weeks and no morning sickness. kinda worried

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    I haven't had any MS, maybe very mild nausea and food aversion, but got run over by the MS truck this morning at 8w1d and now you can call me chucky. I stressed about it too, as I didn't have many symptoms, so I would cross your fingers and hope it stays away! 😁

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    4 weeks here, and have nausea now, but have had no symptoms really all along.
    The current nausea could be because I have a massive headache though.

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    I had no morning sickness in either of my pregnancies. I felt like a weirdo. Lol

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    Default 5 weeks and no morning sickness. kinda worried

    Hi and congrats! I have had quite bad headaches, nausea, very tired etc it affects everyone differently.
    Last edited by Mumlife86; 25-05-2015 at 06:28.


 

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