Did your pregnancy symptoms fluctuate?

posted 3 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 2
8389 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

I’ve heard that every pregnancy is different, but my nausea seems to come and go in waves.  Some days are good for me, while other days are horrible.  Ginger tea works well for me, but my real life saver has been Zofran lol.

Post # 4
2696 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Yeah, my symptoms were all over the place. In early pregnancy, I’d go from bloated, sick and miserable, to no symptoms at all the next day.

Also, I made a post earlier this week, because my severe morning sickness just out of the blue stopped over the weekend. I went from SUPER sick every day, to feeling fantastic for a number of days (I’m now just feeling a little queasy a few times a day).

Hopefully this is the worst of your nausea!

Post # 5
1734 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 1998

AnonymousCupcake:  I had *awful* morning sickness from 6 – 7 weeks. Around 7 weeks, it almost completely stopped. I had burping for about 2 weeks…then at 9 weeks, some light morning sickness (with only one hurling episode) came back. Now, just after 10 weeks, it seems to have settled again.

This can be a very normal thing.

Post # 6
715 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I have yet to feel any nausea.  Estimate I’m nearly 5 weeks along and so far the only symptoms I’m having are cramping, gas, and increased urination.  Since I’m a worrier too, I’m worried since I’m NOT having morning sickness!  Though I suppose it could just be too early?  It’s gonna be a looong week and a half until my first OB appointment.


Post # 7
2504 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

AnonymousCupcake:  I’m 25 weeks and my symptoms still come and go! In the first trimester my nausea was off and on- some days were definitely better than others. I had my only bout of puking at around 12 weeks, when I thought I was in the clear. Then I started to feel better around 13 weeks and thought, ok, this is it, I’m over it. Then had a nice gag-fest in a hotel lobby at 14 weeks. I guess I got too cocky haha. My nausea did basically ease up around 17 weeks and my bloat turned into a real baby bump. The nausea just returned for me in the last week, ugh, but at least it’s not as bad as before. Moral of this ramble- enjoy your better days!!! Chances are everything is fine and you will feel like crap again before you know it 🙂

Post # 8
3514 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

ItsPronounced_ABear:  It could be too earlier! I didn’t even know I was pregnant until I was 5 weeks and I didn’t get any MS until probably like 7 weeks and as well it went away and I worried because at that point you don’t feel the baby’s movements. But here I am 34 weeks and 5 days and baby boy is growing perfectly.

Good luck ladies! I hopw you all have a very healthy pregnancy

Post # 9
3119 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Yes I think that’s totally normal! I remember being so worried that my symptoms would come and go in the first several weeks, and so did a few of the other August moms in my group. I know you’re worried, but try to stay positive…and keep POAS if you need to hehe. That kept me sane. 

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