I am 5w1d today. Have some very minor discomfort (not cramping) thatnis kind of worrying.
And have very mild nausea on the infrequent occasion but nothing I'd call m/s. Have had a niggling headache for a few days though and allni wanted to do xmas day was cry.
But the no m/s and belly discomfort worries me. I'm 35 and this is my first pregnancy. Should I be worried or am I being paranoid and overly concerned about not much?
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27-12-2014 18:55 #1Junior Member
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5 weeks and no morning sickness. kinda worried
27-12-2014 19:10 #2
Given this is your first pregnancy and thus you don't know what `normal' is for you yet in pregnancy, no I would not be worried. MS comes in lots of varieties and time frames including none!
I'm nearly 6 weeks and have no symptoms, but this is my third pregnancy so I know this is not normal for me and I'm concerned the pregnancy is not viable.
Your GP could order a HCG blood test over a few days to see if your levels are rising as they should be.
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27-12-2014 19:18 #3
I didn't have any ms until 6 weeks. And then it hit with a vengeance. Every pregnancy is different. With DS I didn't have any morning sickness at all. 5 weeks is still very early.
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27-12-2014 19:21 #4
I didn't get M/S until about 6/7 weeks and it started with just little bursts of nausea here and there, nothing constant and it was completely manageable. Everyone is different, some get more symptoms then others at varying degrees.
I would try not to worry but I know it's hard. * hug*
27-12-2014 19:24 #5
I agree with all of the PP.
I'm not feeling any m/s yet either, I'm 4 weeks 5 days. I'm sure it will hit us at some stage and if it doesn't, that's ok! Be thankful!
I hope you continue to have a great pregnancy. ☺️
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27-12-2014 19:30 #6
Im 10 weeks and have only been dizzy from low BP, no MS at all
27-12-2014 19:40 #7
Congratulations on your pregnancy!
With both of my pregnancies morning sickness (general nausea which can and does occur at any time of day/night) did not occur for me until around the 6 week mark.
Some women experience no MS at all.
Do you have any other symptoms at all? Breast soreness?
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27-12-2014 19:44 #8
With dd3 I was worried because 4-6/7 weeks nothing I was hoping for some morning sickness to ease my mind well from 7-14 weeks sick has a dog pretty much bed ridden :-(
This pregnancy 4-12 weeks nothing hit 13 weeks had it terrible
Dd1 and dd2 I had a little here and there nothing to bad
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27-12-2014 19:55 #9
My all day nausea only started from week 7. Ended week 12
27-12-2014 19:58 #10
With my first I had no MS or nausea, cravings or heartburn/reflux of any kind during the entire pregnancy. I am worried now that I've used all my good juju and the next pregnancy will be a nightmare! LOL Enjoy it hun as I've had friends with MS who have literally not been able to get out of bed
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