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    Entering my third trimester of my second pregnancy and have not had ms with either. For me it's just general tiredness and extra napping. I would count yourself lucky. I have a poor friend who has spent her entire days and nights for weeks vomiting, urgh!

    Fingers crossed for a nice easy smooth pregnancy for you

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    MS nausea and vomiting hit me like a freight train at almost exactly six weeks. You may be one of the lucky ones, or maybe your naps are taking the edge off- I found I was much worse if I was tired or hadn't eaten for more then a few hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJ565 View Post
    MS nausea and vomiting hit me like a freight train at almost exactly six weeks. You may be one of the lucky ones, or maybe your naps are taking the edge off- I found I was much worse if I was tired or hadn't eaten for more then a few hours.
    Definitely worse when I was tired or hungry!

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    Please don't stress, feeling good doesn't mean something is wrong. I'm sire you will hear from many lucky ladies that didn't suffer.

    On the opposite I did suffer-medicated for 3 of my 4 pregnancies to help with 24/7 vomiting. I only have 2 babies earthside, being sick everyday for 2 of them did not mean that all was well.

    Good luck for your scan!

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    Thank you everyone, I appreciate the reassurance, I think I'm psyching myself out more bc of my first upcoming u/s and I'm so nervous. I pray everything is ok and that a heartbeat will be found this early bc I've heard at 6weeks it's not usually detected and if it's not I will start to think the lack of symptoms is the reason. Ughhh doing my head in. But I'll try stay relaxed.

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    I had MS with all 3 of my pregnancies. My first 2 were quite bad but my 3rd was awful resulting in being admitted to hospital more than once, he's 2 years old now but has severe disabilities. I'm just trying to say not having morning sickness is probably totally fine.

    Good luck with the remainder of your pregnancy, you'll be fine!

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    I didn't have any morning sickness with DS... He's a happy and healthy 2 year old now.

    With the chem I just had I was horribly nauseous for the 3 days it hung around, and obviously it didn't stick so for me it had no bearing on how well things were going.

    Good luck!

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    This pregnancy I did not get MS until 7 weeks. And it hit me sooooooooooo badly.

    I get where you are coming from. The time between finding out you are pregnant and feeling movements you have no idea what is happening. It does not feel real - feels like something went wrong. You want ANY sign that confirms you are pregnant.

    Right now I am mostly over MS but waiting for movements (16 weeks today). I have spent the last few weeks worried that something wrong.

    P.S. MS is horrid. I am soooo jealous of those with minimal/no MS

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    Default I just want morning sickness.

    I read that over a quarter of pregnant ladies get no symptoms at all.

    I was one of them (twice).

    My advice : embrace it, consider yourself lucky and make sure to not mention it to other pregnant ladies in your entourage 😋

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    Default I just want morning sickness.

    I've been pregnant 5 times, severe ms with 3 and 2 I got zero ms. I lost the 3 that I had ms with and the two with zero ms have managed to stick-one an earth side baby and one I'm 30+ weeks pregnant with currently. MS didn't guarantee me a take home bub but having none at all didn't count me out either. I hope your scan and pregnancy go great OP, good luck!

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