No Morning Sickness and 9 weeks

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  1. dc1000

    dc1000 Active Member

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    Maybe i'm tempting fate by asking this but i can't figure out why i have not had morning sickness. It could be that maybe it is just destined to come later although i am very much hoping it won't come at all. I didn't get sore boobs until about week 7 and had headaches and tiredness a few weeks ago but def. not any sickness at all... Only other concern is i am very emotional and get angry and upset very easily..not sure if this is normal either or whether i am just turning into a Monster?. Clothes seem to be little bit tighter but not so you would really notice.. It's making me think that i have imagined the whole thing now although scans and tests definitely confirmed i am pregnant. Anyone else feel this way?
     
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    Relax and take a deep breath!

    If the tests tell you that you are pregnant then you are. You will 99% certain know if you become un-pregnant.

    Not everyone gets all the pregnancy symptoms although it can feel like it! Personally i was incredably lucky and had no morning sickness at all (touch wood). I also didnt really have sore boobs or cravings for anything weird. I only found out due to a missed period. Now i have had a few different things, kidney infection, backache and migranes and the latest is terrible heatburn.

    I am now wishing that i was back to the no symptoms at all !!!

    If you get any tummy pain or bleeding then head straight to the docs or hosp for a check up, otherwise enjoy the time of feeling good beacause for most of us it doesnt last the whole time lol

    I hope you stay heathy and enjoy your pregnancy - keep in touch and let us know how your getting on, sending big hugs your way

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
     
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    p.s where is your ticker :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    You're fine.

    It's perfectly normal to not get morning sickness - I didn't - and it's perfectly normal to get emotional - I did!! Every pregnancy is different, but the emotional bit seems to affect most of us! All those hormones rushing around your body; it's going to take a little while to settle down.

    Get as much rest as you can and eat well!
     
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    Ive had no morning sickness and to be honest in the early stages only had sore boobs for a few weeks!! so just think of yourself as being one of the lucky ones!!

    Take care

    Natalie x
     
  6. dc1000

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    Thanks guys, thats really reassuring...Hopefully the morning sickness then won't come!!! Havem't set up a ticker yet.. just been worried about things,will need to put one on.

    Thanks again xx
     
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    Thanks guys, thats really reassuring...Hopefully the morning sickness then won't come!!! Havem't set up a ticker yet.. just been worried about things,will need to put one on.

    Thanks again xx
     
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    Thanks guys, thats really reassuring...Hopefully the morning sickness then won't come!!! Havem't set up a ticker yet.. just been worried about things,will need to put one on.

    Thanks again xx
     
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