Post # 1
Now…I am NOT complaining that I don’t have morning sickness yet, but at the same time, I wish I felt more pregnant. I think if i was puking I would think “well atleast I still know I am still pregnant” haha! I know, crazy, I know! 🙂
I will be 8 weeks tomorrow and my symptoms consist of
*Sore Boobs (like hard to sleep because I can’t lay on them)
*Being Thirsty ..thus peeing more also
and i have IBS so my guts have been all over the place
Did you not have have very many symptoms this early on?
Post # 3
Be careful putting that out into the universe! ha! I was the same way & then about week 10 – the only food I think I could eat was cereal & apples! ha! But I know what you mean – I would tell my husband “i want reassurance baby is still in there”. ha!
Post # 4
Nope, no symptoms for me other than a slightly irregular period…(I had a period 3 months into being pregnant)
Post # 5
@spraguebride: I was totally fine my first trimester, a little more tired than normal and sore boobs, but no major nausea. My mom and grandma said they were the same way so I felt more “normal” when they told me that. Especially since it seems like EVERYONE has morning sickness.
Post # 6
I get this rolling feeling every so often. It’s not quite strong enough to be considered nausea, but it is uncomfortable. It just feels like I just got off an amusement park ride. My boobs are a little sore, but it’s only noticeable sometimes. What has been getting to me is the constant dull ache of the back cramps. I have had those now for probably about 6 weeks. It is not super painful, but again, uncomfortable.
I take that back, the worst part is not the cramps, it’s the bloat. I don’t have a baby bump yet (just over nine weeks), but there is a definite bloat making all my pants super uncomfortable, and almost makes me cry when I see myself without a shirt.
Post # 7
@camrie: It DOES seem like everyone gets morning sickness so you feel “abnormal” that you don’t. I also just say “not yet” because I assume that it will happen
This is my 1st pregnancy though, so I have no idea how my body acts. Maybe I will be one of the lucky ones….but I keeping thinking “I have been lucky so far…but it’s going to happen” 😉
Post # 8
For a couple of days I had some sharp uterine pain, random gas, more thirsty but that’s about it.
No sore breasts, no sickness, no nausea, I still sleep on my tummy…I also don’t have a pooch (11 weeks). I’m weird.
Post # 9
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I had no morning sickness either (only sore boobs and tiredness)… and I totally hear you… it’s both a blessing and a curse! I was happy that I feel sick, but at the same time I wanted the assurance from my body that things were changing! I didn’t actually feel pregnant until I started feeling the kicks–and because of my anterior placenta I just started feeling those on the later side too (around 21 weeks is when I was sure).
Everyone handles pregnancy differently, and from what I’ve heard every pregnancy is different!
Post # 10
I didn’t get morning sickness either. Our symptoms sound pretty similar. I definatley felt pregnant most of the time because I was super tired. Also around 12 weeks I got really nauseous for about 2 weeks, never puked but there were times I wanted to, it was just all day every day nausea at the end of the first trimester.
Post # 11
@spraguebride: oh yeah, I’m not tired really either.
Post # 12
My symptoms come and go and it freaks me out. Somedays I’m horribly sick and the next I feel totally normal and not pregnant at all. For three days last week I felt amazing and got totally paranoid that the worst had happened. Three days of the worst “morning” sickness yet have followed. As crazy as it sounds, I wish it was consistent so I didn’t freak out (so does my hubby).
That said, we saw the heartbeat this week, so I have calmed down considerably.
I know that mentally it might be hard not “feeling” pregnant, but careful what you wish for! 🙂
Post # 13
My symptoms were about the same. I was just slightly nauseated sometimes, and my gag reflex was sensitive (I almost threw up every time I brushed my teeth but I’d fight it). Otherwise mine were like yours…just kind of pre-period-like symptoms of sore boobs, slight crampiness, and bloating!
I’m at the end…my due date is Monday! And I have to say, I’ve enjoyed being pregnant up until this last uncomfortable stage. I have had just “normal” symptoms and a very good pregnancy. I actually told my friend half-jokingly that I’d be her surrogate… 🙂
Post # 14
I’m jealous! I had morning sickness but that didn’t bother me nearly as much as the constant severe migraines. And the breaking out isn’t fun either.
Post # 15
I will be 4 weeks tomorrow and i feel lik ive been having some pretty pronound symtoms since i got my BFP. Minor cramping, shortness of breath, very hungry, very fatique, boobs hurt, back hurts, etc…but i know symptoms can hit you like a ton of bricks, i guess ill see whats up in 2 weeks once i hit 6 weeks and they said the symptoms really start then..
Post # 16
hahaha first I’d like to say that we are on the EXACT same timeline. I’m gestation 8 weeks tomorrow too. I wonder why our due dates are one day off? But any ways, when I found out I was pregnant I had NO symptoms for the first 2 weeks. It wasn’t until this week that morning sickness hit me really hard (not being able to eat until dinner SUCKS) and with that came just about everything else. I have the sore boobs and what not for a while, but the morning sickness caught me off guard with striking so late.