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morning sickness gone, should I be worried?

(11 Posts)
Hopefulnewbie Fri 05-Jun-15 10:51:50

Hello ladies,
not sure what im looking for really.. Maybe a little reassurance

I’m about 7+2 and from 5 weeks was struggling with waves of nausea/ lightheadedness and just feeling rubbish
Then about 2 days ago it seemed to have just disappeared … is this a bad sign?
I haven’t had any spotting or bleeding .. no major cramping
I have a private scan booked for Tuesday so don’t know if its worth calling the doctors (also worried they will just laugh at me)
This is my first so no idea what is “normal”
Any advise would really help!

Cherryblossomsinspring Fri 05-Jun-15 10:58:02

No. Everyone is so individual with these things. You don't need to worry unless you have bleeding which often is nothing to worry about either. Hopefully your scan will put your mind at rest. You may be just having a couple of good days and it may hit you again tomorrow with a bang. But at this point there us nothing to speak to the doctor about.

Hopefulnewbie Fri 05-Jun-15 11:28:37

thanks cherry i think i need to step away from google because its not helping

caravanista13 Fri 05-Jun-15 11:30:55

When I was expecting my son I had one day of nausea, before I even realised I was pregnant, and then felt absolutely fine for the rest of the pregnancy.

rhnireland Fri 05-Jun-15 12:20:26

I had pretty bad morning sickness from 5+ weeks to roughly 15 weeks but I often had a day or so with little or no nausea. Of course I was so stupidly paranoid I'd eat stuff I knew would upset my stomach so I could reassure myself.

So I wouldn't worry but I understand why you are!

mrschatty Fri 05-Jun-15 12:31:55

I'm 8+4 yesterday felt great! Full of beans and did all the housework. V productive. Today feel like death warmed up...can't wait for DH to come home at lunch with my happy meal! It comes and goes and it's normal. I'd say don't worry

Hopefulnewbie Fri 05-Jun-15 12:58:19

thanks everyone... its so hard not to get carried away and start thinking the worst, esp when i started reading up on it online and its full of horror stories
mrschatty hope you feel better for the weekend.. and enjoy ur happy meal! making me hungry just thinking about it

CityDweller Fri 05-Jun-15 13:05:47

Mine disappeared overnight at around 8 weeks in this pregnancy. I was both relieved and a bit worried as I had nausea until 14/15 weeks with DC1. Anyway, all is/was fine - I'm 22 weeks now.

Hopefulnewbie Fri 05-Jun-15 14:34:41

Thanks very much smile flip, the way im panicking over everything - wish i could fast forward a few months!

IfYouWereARiverIdLearnToFloat Sat 06-Jun-15 10:52:38

Don't panic! I went through a spell around 6 weeks when I had a day of crippling nausea followed by a couple of good days & then back to feeling awful. At 9 weeks the hormones kicked in, vomiting got worse & the tears started. I'm now almost 12 weeks & yesterday had an amazing day - full of energy etc. Today I'm shattered, sick & have a headache. Pregnancy is hard, I'd try and enjoy feeling better at the moment as it maybe won't last wink

Crumbelina Sat 06-Jun-15 19:59:15

Mine was very on and off from 6-12 weeks and I felt exactly the same way as you. I really wouldn't worry at all!

It'll probably be back in a day or so and you'll be wishing it away. smile

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