Does no morning sickness mean your more likely to have a miscarriage?):
Im only about a month pregnant and i dont have any morning sickness at all. Is it to early to have morning sickness?? The symptoms that i have right now are: headaches, fever; sore boobs; back pain, catching my breath alot, constipation ,and everything seems to get on my nerves!!!
My morning sickness didn't hit til about 6 weeks and its still here. You still have a couple more weeks to go. And no, not having morning sickness does NOT mean you will miscarry. Some women just don't get affected by the increasing amount of hormones.
Not having morning sickness does not at all mean that you are more likely to have a miscarriage. Every pregnancy is different! If you are lucky enough you may never get morning sickness. It is also possible that you will start getting it later in your pregnancy. I started getting some morning sickness at the beginning of the 6th week.
Generally 6 weeks is when morning sickness says hello. Here's a bit of confirmation, my mum has never MC and never had morning sickness (the doctor asked her about her pregnancy history at my confirmation appointment)
I didn't start getting morning sickness til I was halfway through the second month. I wouldn't worry too much if I were you though, some people just don't get morning sickness at all. That doesn't mean you will miscarry or have an unhealthy baby. Its just the way your body is reacting to the pregnancy. My Grandma had 6 healthy kids and claims she never had morning sickness with any of them. In turn my mother didn't have morning sickness at all with either me or my little sister and we were very healthy babies. You may just be one of those lucky women who won't suffer morning sickness, or it may just hit you later on. Hang in there, and congratulations on your little one!
There are things online that you can find that say that having MS makes you less likely to MC but there are always going to be exceptions to this. I am 9 weeks and have had ZERO morning sickness, Dr said there is nothing wrong with that and I probably won't get it at this point. Your soreness and tiredness are going to be better indications.
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