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    Default I just want morning sickness.

    This is my first pregnancy and I just hit 6 weeks. I have no symptoms at all and its freaking me out that something is wrong. I feel tired and have been having naps but other than that nothing at all. I know I should be careful what I wish for, but I just want ms so I know everything is ok. I don't feel pregnant at all. I have my first scan on Thursday and I'm so worried. Hoping the next few days I'll be hit with ms or symptoms.

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    Don't stress sometimes it takes a while for morning sickness to kick in if it does at all, the tiredness is a great sign. I hope your scan goes well, I'm sure everything is fine

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    I had no ms at all. My DS is nearly 14 months old. I also had bleeding and spotting until about 16 weeks.
    I know it's hard but really you've just got to wait it out!
    Best wishes for your pregnancy.

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    I have a few friends who didn't even know they were pregnant for several months because they had no symptoms and they all have healthy little ones running around now. Don't take it as a sign of anything. Best wishes OP.

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    Thank u so much ladies. I keep trying to remind myself that maybe I am just the lucky one, but all I keep hearing and reading is everyone sick with ms.

    Will try keep positive and embrace the fact I am not sick.

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    Often it doesn't kick in till 6 weeks. But I bet if you start skipping the naps you will have it! It was always worse for me when I was tired. I would throw up all nightshift..

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    I had no MS either. Don't stress. You've been told by movies and TV shows that pregnancy equals constant symptoms all the time. It's not actually the case. Some people get MS, some don't. Some symptoms won't show up till much much later.

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    Default I just want morning sickness.

    I had no MS at 6 weeks either. the food aversions started around the 7-8 week mark and by weeks 9-10 I was feeling quite queasy. mainly between about 8-10am and then again sometimes in the arvo and then the 5-7pm time. I found constant snacking helped keep the queasiness at bay. I never actually vomited though. didn't really even come close.

    I was freaked out at the time too and assumed it must be a "bad sign" but looking back I'm glad I got off easy. I know some ladies that have had shocking ms and ended up in hospital etc.

    I'm now 23 weeks and all is going well.

    I think my ms eased up around the 12-13 week mark and all my food aversions etc disappeared by week 16. there's a few foods I went off right at the start that I'm still not too keen on but otherwise I feel back to normal.

    try not to stress out and all the best for your pregnancy!
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    My morning sickness didn't kick in until 6 weeks. It didn't stop until 35 weeks or there abouts. You don't want it, it sucks. I didn't have any at all with my first, so much better!!!

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    it's nice not having it also as it means your pregnancy is easier to hide at work etc until you're ready to tell people! if you're suddenly throwing up all over the place, the game is up pretty quickly!


 

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