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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16-11-2014 17:19 #1
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16-11-2014 17:50 #2
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
16-11-2014 17:53 #3
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
16-11-2014 17:59 #4
No symptoms until about 9 weeks here.
16-11-2014 18:22 #5Senior Member
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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.
16-11-2014 18:38 #6
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.
16-11-2014 18:40 #7
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.
16-11-2014 18:44 #8
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16-11-2014 19:23 #10
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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