Sudden disappearance of morning sickness?

posted 3 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 2
9859 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2014

I’m not a mom, have never been preggers, but I know lots of people with kids and I know some who have said the same thing.  They were horribly sick until all of a sudden they weren’t.

I don’t think there’s any harm in calling your doctor, I know my sister bothered hers all the time while she was expecting (she was a very nervous pregnant lady).  A quick call could put your mind at ease if you’re concerned 🙂

Post # 3
336 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

16 weeks sounds like a fine time to be over morning sickness, I was over mine at 13. Enjoy!!!!

Post # 5
3514 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

urchin:  I was the same exact way! I was concered because my MS was the only way I truly knew I was pregnant so when it went away I was scared. But here I am at 34 weeks pregnant waiting on my little boy to arrive.

I think its okay to be a nervous mom just means you’re a good one! Good luck with the rest of your pregnancy

Post # 6
4915 posts
Honey bee

urchin:  I think you should call your doctor. Likely, there is nothing wrong, but I can understand why you would feel nervous and a bit uneasy. Even though this is your second pregnancy, I have heard each time is different, so it’s hard to know what to expect or what is “normal”. I think having peace of mind is much better than worrying over things. Besides, that’s what your doctor is there for! I’m sure they won’t mind or think you’re “neurotic” (borrowing phrasing from your last post).

I only have 1 child, but I ended up calling my OB a lot during my pregnancy because people around me (like my mom) made me anxious about every little thing. One time, I apologized, and he told me not to give it a second thought. He said he never minds extra calls. He said his rule of thumb was: Whatever a pregnant lady wants … she gets! LOL

ETA: I’m sure what you’re experiencing is normal. From what I remember, my morning sickness stopped suddenly, too. (My daughter is 10, so it’s been a while. LOL) I didn’t intend for my post to sound gloom-and-doom. Sorry if it came off that way. >.O

Post # 8
4915 posts
Honey bee

urchin:  *internet hugs* Growing a human being inside you is hard work! Too hard to have to worry what others think. I am sure whatever you decide will be the best thing. You’ve totally got this and can do it!

One thing I do remember from my pregnancy is that it took what felt like AGES for me to feel movement. Way past the time when everyone else said I should have felt my daughter. I remember it made me so scared and uneasy. I’m not sure if that helps or not, but at least knowing someone else experienced it might be worth something.

Post # 10
1719 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

urchin:  If you were at 8 or 10 weeks I would be worried about it, but at 16 I think you just finally got into the 2nd trimester glow stage :).  If it makes you feel better, you could call and go in and get checked by Doppler.  Or you could get your own Doppler for peace of mind (though I know that not everyone finds those calming!).  Best of luck and happy 24 weeks to go!

Post # 12
4915 posts
Honey bee

urchin:  YAY!! I was just thinking about this thread, and I am so, so happy to read your wonderful and positive update!! It’s so exciting that you are feeling the baby moving. One of the best, most special things in the universe.

Many wishes to you for a happy, lovely, and easy rest of your pregnancy, topped off by a healthy little one on your due date.

Post # 13
1136 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2015

urchin:  I’m so happy for you that your morning sickness is getting easier! haha

I can’t speak personally as we haven’t had children yet but when my mum had my youngest brother (which was only 2 years ago.. she was very young when she had me!) she had the most horrendous morning sickness all through the first trimester (which she hadn’t had with myself or my other brother) and like you, it cleared up quite rapidly when she went in to the second!

I’ve been around a LOT of pregnant women and to me this sounds fairly normal but its always the safest bet to speak to your dr, if for no other reason it’ll reassure you! Good luck with everything!

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