Post # 1
Darling Husband and I were discussing yesterday how I haven’t experienced any morning sickness yet. I am only 6W4D so it could be that it’s still too early or maybe I’m one of the lucky ones! Then I starting Googling (mistake #1) and found this article:
Then I read all the comments and there were mixed reviews. Many women said that they had zero MS but had healthy babes and other women said that they had MS and ended up miscarrying. Got me to thinking (which I do too much of these days!)…
What are your ladies experiences with MS and healthy pregnancies/miscarriages?!
Post # 3
@mrsjroo: I’m currently 20w6 day and my morning sickness hit me like a ton of bricks the day I hit 8 weeks. before that, I had NO symptoms at all.
I’m still taking diclectin, as I still get sick when I forget to take it.
Post # 4
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1. At six weeks you are likely too early for morning sickness. Just wait another week or two.
2. There are plenty of mommies out there who were lucky and had no morning sickness and still had healthy babies. It’s all about how hormones affect your body.
I had morning sickness right away by week 4 but I am super sensitive to hormones in general. I am sensitive enough that I have to be on low does BC pills or I spend every morning nauseas and puking.
Post # 5
I am 22 weeks pregnant with a seemingly healthy baby boy and he only made me nauseous once (the day before my positive pregnancy test). Pregnancy is such a mindf*ck. seriously. if you were throwing up too much you’d question it, not being sick at all I questioned it. Hopefully, you’re just lucky like me… almost no symptoms this entire time and a presumably healthy baby!
Post # 6
I am almost 10 weeks now and have had zero morning sickness! So far, the doctor is saying that I am progressing nicely with this pregnancy. Let’s hope everything is okay!
Post # 7
@mrsjroo: The cycle I got a BFP I had really bad nausea right after dinner at 13DPO, 14DPO, 15DPO. Got my BFP on 16DPO on a few different tests, then miscarried at 18DPO. The nausea I had those few days was SO intense. I puked my guts out on the night of 15DPO, and it showed up every night around dinner without fail. And…I still miscarried just days later. Try not to worry about it too much. Every woman will have different symptoms, and usually different symptoms with each pregnancy they have. I have friends who have multiple children, and each of their pregnancies was different, and each of their children are healthy.
Post # 8
3 pregnancies with 6 months of morning sickness each. healthy 4yr,6,yr, 7.5 year old kids… ms doesnt equal misscarriage or healthy mommy/baby it is just how your body reacts to hormones,baby production.– my body did not tolerate pregnancies very well but labor and delivery my body worked amazingly- all my deliveries for under 5minutes of push time
Post # 9
Dont let those comments get to you. Google is not your friend, only ask your doctors. And Honestly consider yourself lucky that you haven’t had any ms! It’s a huge nuisance and disrupts your life seriously! And there are loads of women who go their entire pregnancies with no ms. Happy and healthy nine months to you!!!
Post # 10
I started getting morning sickness at 6 weeks, but many women first experience it a week or a few weeks later, and some never experience it at all. You may just be lucky, it varies a lot. 🙂 I wouldn’t worry about it
Post # 11
I am 20 weeks tomorrow and have had no morning sickness at all. Baby is wiggling around like crazy so far everything seems ok 🙂
I was also worried in the beginning as my sister and my SIL both had really bad ms at the beginning of their pregncies and SIL mentioned to me that having ms means your baby is healthier – load of rubbish! Every pregnancy is different, so I wouldn’t worry if I were you!
Post # 12
I had minor nausea from weeks 6 – 9, but that’s it. I never threw up and it was easily managed by eating regularly. I’m now 26 weeks and haven’t had any issues with the pregnancy.
Post # 13
I had morning sickness (actually evening sickness) starting in my 6th week. It was the worst at about 9-10 weeks.
I had two previous miscarriages and I didn’t experience sickness with those, but I lost those at about 5 and 6 weeks. The earlier miscarriages could have a lot to do with the statistics/what you read on google. Because if you asked me if I had morning sickness during the pregnancies I miscarried, my answer would be no, but really I was too early to experience the sickness anyways.
Post # 14
Dr Google can sometimes be your worst enemy!
Also morning sickness isn’t always in the morning and it doesn’t always mean throwing up. If you have any mild queasiness that comes and goes at any time of the day thats it too, I find I’m the most nauseous in the afternoon and evening. It also depends on how you tolerate sickness – one person’s ‘worst nausea ever’ could be another’s mildly upset stomach.
Post # 15
I’ve had two MC’s. With my last pregnacy the MS started around 7-8 weeks. I’d heard that MS is a sign of a healthy pregnancy but obviously that wasn’t true because I found out at 12 weeks that I’d had a missed miscarrage.
Post # 16
I wouldn’t worry about it! I’d say you are either just lucky, or that you haven’t gotten it yet. I have several friends who breezed through pregnancy without even a touch of morning sickness! Mine hit me like a ton of bricks during my 7th week, so it may very well be on its way!