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    I'm one of those 'lucky' people who don't get pregnancy symptoms. I end up with so much anxiety because I never feel pregnant and constantly worry that something is wrong.

    I'd give anything to have morning sickness, just for reassurance that I'm still pregnant!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barca07 View Post
    I'm one of those 'lucky' people who don't get pregnancy symptoms. I end up with so much anxiety because I never feel pregnant and constantly worry that something is wrong.

    I'd give anything to have morning sickness, just for reassurance that I'm still pregnant!!
    Me too!!!!

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    I dont remember being sick first time. This time I think it seems intensified because im busy than I was with first pregnancy. Also no one knows im pregnant so im cranky because I feel **** and have to put on a brave face

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    I'm 4 weeks today and my symptoms are gone. I had hunger pains and cramping all 2WW, BT comes around and all of a sudden its gone. Waiting for nausea to kick in.

    Saw my GP today to tell her the news. I showed her my Clear Blue Digital Test that I did about 10minutes before seeing her. She was soooo happy for us. I told her the clinic doesnt want to do BT for a whole week, she was like who cares lets do them every 48 hours to just to make you feel better. Love her!!!

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    I've been quite lucky with MS. I was struggling for a few weeks but the last week it has calmed a little. Except for this morning when i woke at 3am and vomited all over my ensuite... i usually like the symptoms but I wasn't so into the 3am reminder! πŸ˜‚
    The tiredness is the real killer for me. By the time i get home from work I'm so ready to crawl into bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peedypie View Post
    I've been quite lucky with MS. I was struggling for a few weeks but the last week it has calmed a little. Except for this morning when i woke at 3am and vomited all over my ensuite... i usually like the symptoms but I wasn't so into the 3am reminder! πŸ˜‚
    The tiredness is the real killer for me. By the time i get home from work I'm so ready to crawl into bed.
    That made me giggle!

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    I think *maybe* I might be finding my reprieve. I sure hope so. Food is slightly less appalling and I don't get that 2-3pm nausea peak in the same way. It's all still there, but is tapering. I hope. I'm 16+2.
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    I went off my morning sickness tablets three days ago and have been ok. Feeling it a bit but nowhere like before. 13w 1d so I guess I'm lucky.

    constipation yes! 2 months of it. Have you ever seen a Guinea pig do a poo? That's me. Literally.

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    Morning sickness tablets are notorious for making you constipated

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    Hi ladies. I'm not constipated (yet!) but still suffering nausea and vomitting I'm 14 weeks 5days!! Hope it ends soon!


 

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