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    In my previous 3 pregnancies (all unsuccessful) I've had awful nausea from 4 weeks. This time around I don't feel sick at all, admittedly I'm only 5 weeks along. I guess I'm just worried that it's a bad sign as the norm for me while pregnant is usually completely different to this. Maybe this is what a successful pregnancy feels like? Just feeling a little confused...

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    I had no morning sickness or sore boobs with DS. No symptoms except lack of AF. He's now a big 16mth old bubba sitting next to me slowly finishing his dinner. Good luck!ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1416124244.191916.jpg

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    I had no nausea whatsoever. In fact no symptoms til well into second trimester. Except for the suspected stroke at 9 weeks but I think that's pretty rare. Crossing everything for you x

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    No symptoms until about 9 weeks here.

    Then bam!

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    I had no symptoms until I found out I was pg. Finding out scared me into sickness. That was 9 weeks along.

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    My first I had really bad nausea from the day I found out (6 weeks) and threw up a couple of times and my boobs got massive.

    Second I was sick as a dog, couldn't keep anything down even water, boobs were really painful from about 4 weeks (found out at 5).


    Third I was completely bed ridden, almost constant vomiting and was a horrible pregnancy. Nausea started within the first 2 weeks (found out I was pregnant at 6/7dpo).

    Fourth, absolutely nothing! Had an occasional spew randomly after dinner but that was it, no nausea, no sore boobs, nothing. The only thing I noticed was I was a lot more exhausted but we also had a lot going on in the first few weeks after I found out. She is now 6 months old.

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    No symptoms at that stage is pretty normal I think. Im 4+4 and Ive got nothing but really noticeable. I also remember with DS not getting anything until about 6 weeks.

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    @lil miss your fourth sounds just like now, I'm exhausted and constantly tired but no nausea. My everything is crossed as tight as tight can be right now! I'm just hoping for a miracle.

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    Crossing everything for you @tazz475.

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    I didn't have any symptoms with my pregnancy with my daughter. I just had a loss as well and I was so nervous because I didn't have any then either so I didn't think it was going to be a good outcome.

    I took about 5 HPT, had bloods and dating scan. I didn't allow myself think too much about it until I had my NT scan.

    I didn't get sick, nausea, heartburn, cravings nothing! It wasn't until almost the third trimester that I started to "feel" pregnant. Then exhaustion and swollen feet set in.

    Just keep thinking positive. I know how hard it is after a loss x


 

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