Anyones MS starting to go or change?

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  1. moomoo

    moomoo Mumma to 2 & 1 in heaven!

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    Hi Girls

    As the above says, anyone starting to feel any different with regards to ms?

    I'll be 10 weeks tomorrow and starting to feel a little bit better, instead of feeling rough all day i get waves of nausea that come and go..but they are almost worse but less often if you get me?

    Anyone else starting to feel more normal, im worried that it's going too early and there might be something wrong :muaha:

    :hug:
    xx
     
  2. Seraphim

    Seraphim Amazing Baby Girl

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    Hey Moo!

    Try not to worry! x

    I should be 10 weeks tomorrow as well :)

    My nausea started to ease last weekend, and only came on bad in relation to food... then I had a fluey thing all week which knocked me sideways. Was pretty poorly and lost 1/2 stone. Today is the first day I've felt ok.

    Food is still being very difficult.
    Although the midwife gave me permission yesterday to eat as many sweets as I like, if that's what it takes ;)

    All of us take to this differently.

    xx

    Edit:

    Sorry I just realised that might have been too breezy and not as reassuring as I meant it to be.
    What I meant to say was, yes I've started to have times/days feeling less nauseous than I was feeling.
    So you starting to feel more normal doesn't sound like something to worry about. xxxx
     
  3. charliesmom

    charliesmom Dad, daughter, 2 chis

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    Mine got better at 8 - 9 weeks. Then 10 weeks, it came back worst. 11 - 12weeks was even worst. 13 weeks starting to get a little better... 14 weeks noticably even better... and finally it's gone now! - well occassionally I still feel icky. But - it comes and goes and varies GREATLY week to week and some people, day to day.
     
  4. MrsO29

    MrsO29 Me-Hubby-2 kids-2 m/cs

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    I had a few good days at 10 weeks and thought it was going, but it came back, although not quite as bad.

    I only really started to feel 'normal' again yesterday, and it's looking good so far today too!!
     
  5. honey08

    honey08 mum2two boys/2mc

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    i was waiting to get m/s , but by 10/12wk i didnt even feel sick anymore !! felt "strangley" normal, sure all is fine hun x
     
  6. catty_smith

    catty_smith Well-Known Member

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    I think everyone is different! I know I get the most hideous morning sickness (this is baby number 3 for me)....only a few weeks to go until it hits me at about 7/8 weeks then I'm out for months.
     
  7. Mynx

    Mynx Mum of 2 Gorgeous Girls!!

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    I was only really nauseous when I was hungry. The hunger would hit me like a sledgehammer too out of nowhere and I'd feel sick instantly. Since wearing my Seabands, it's really reduced that until yesterday when I just feel sick all day and I wasnt sure if I was really hungry or just feeling sick lol! So far this morning, all seems well so I'm just hoping yesterday was a bad day :)
     
  8. lou1979

    lou1979 Mummy to 3 beautiful boys

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    Yep mines vertually gone now, started easing off at 9+ weeks!

    thank goodness!
     
  9. Maffie

    Maffie Guest

    Try not to worry I had constant vomiting for 5 or so weeks and in the last week ive had some days where I fel completely normal. Ive read it starts to wear off as you start to near the end of the first trimester.
     
  10. littlestar

    littlestar Proud Mum to a Little Boy

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    I have the nausea but still waiting on the sickness bit, i expected it to be in full swing by now but i've had nothing apart from the occasional retching when i'm really hungry.

    I admit my lack of sickness does worry me but i'm going with the flow and determine not to cause any worry - hoping i'll get another scan when i see the specialist this week.
     
  11. Per16

    Per16 Well-Known Member

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    Hi girls, today was the first day \i woke up and not felt sick!!! I also managed to keep fish and chips down last night! Happiness!!!!
     
  12. SeekingBFP

    SeekingBFP Active Member

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    Im alittle over 9 wks and mine has been better too. Its not gone but its not taking over my life like it did weeks 6-8
     
  13. moomoo

    moomoo Mumma to 2 & 1 in heaven!

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    Its really great to hear some reasurance, its def not taking over my live like it has in previous weeks..i guess i should be happy..although im heading for the time when i lost my last baby so feeling a wee bit paranoid too i guess xx
     
  14. dom85

    dom85 Mum of 2, 3rd on the way

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    That's understandable. Like some of the others though, you may find that it gets worse the next couple of weeks. I haven't actually been sick, just felt very sick when I woke up and when I'm hungry. I'm fine in the mornings now for the most part, except for this morning when I sprang out of bed and did loads of housework, stupid.

    I was a bit worried that my MS wasn't that bad, but my mum didn't even feel a bit sick with me or my three brothers, which reassured me. Some people are just lucky with it I suppose. Your next scan must be coming up soon? Hope all goes well
     

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