Sickness a good thing?

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  1. Jen1232

    Jen1232 Well-Known Member

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    Hi All,

    I have been feeling very queasy since I found out I am pregnant, today was the first day I have been vomiting.

    I have read this is a good sign that hormones are doing what they should.

    Anyone else heard this? It is the only thing keeping me from being miserable to think it is helping the baby.
     
  2. mummywanabe

    mummywanabe Well-Known Member

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    Ive heard it means yoy have a good amount of hormones in your body, luckily for some they dont get sick, but it was tje only thing that got me through those first few months
     
  3. ellesbells

    ellesbells Well-Known Member

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    Your body is adjusting to the hormones. Some people don't feel unwell at all, but I think it's a good sign if you do. There is something going on in there to make you sick :) I would be sick, then my body would get used to it for a week or two then be sick again :( it's not much fun
     
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    Geekachublog Well-Known Member

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    I think it's a good sign, I've had very very few symptoms and only fleeting nausea, but can honestly say that's made me worry more that something is wrong.
     
  5. flisstebbs

    flisstebbs Well-Known Member

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    It is def a good sign, but doesn't mean its nice for you. Mine eased off about a week ago, its such a relief! I posted a thread at about 9 weeks panicking one day when I didn't puke!! It does turn into reassurance that all is well in there..
     

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