No morning sickness . . . normal?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by Gracejoy, Sep 20, 2007.

  1. Gracejoy

    Gracejoy New Member

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    I'm somewhere around 5 or 6 weeks pregnant (won't know for sure until I see the OBGYN for the first appt. in 3 weeks. So far, I have had a slightly elevated temperature, on-and-off tender nipples, and some mild cramping as my symptoms. Today, for the first time, I felt very slightly nauseous, but so slight that I don't know if it was really morning sickness. I simply haven't had that awful nausea/vomiting that most women experience. I know that morning sickness is a sign of a health pregnancy, so I'm rather eager to experience it, as weird as that sounds. Is it just too early? Or am I right in the morning sickness phase and just not having any?
     
  2. Wobbles

    Wobbles BnB Co-Founder ~ Retired

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    Hi Gracejoy

    Welcome to BabyadnBump

    I had NO morning sickness just the odd mild nausea (once twice) ... sore boobs that stopped in first tri also! You still have plenty of time to get this (joy lol) but no its not uncommon NOT to have it.

    Congrats on bump news

    :D
     

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