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Not feeling that sick - should I be worried?

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Ellie06 Sun 12-Jun-16 09:50:32

I am currently 7+3 weeks, and after reading about symptoms have been expecting to be hit by this wave of constant nausea any minute.

I had two days at around 6 weeks where I did feel intensely like I was going to be sick for about ten minutes midday ( but never was) and since then I have just had sort of mild nausea bubbling under the surface in the evenings. During the day I have been eating fine with no issues but I have been struggling with evening meals most nights because from about 6:30 pm the thought of eating anything makes me feel sick - although if I don't eat anything - or try to eat anything I don't feel sick. Is this normal?

I'm worried that it could be the signs of a missed miscarriage because I'm not experiencing the nausea that I see so many people posting/talking about at this stage.

StinkyMcgrinky Sun 12-Jun-16 09:58:14

I didn't have any morning sickness at all with DS1. He's a very lively and noisy 17 month old now. SIL is currently 10weeks and hasn't had any sickness and has a lovely healthy baby.

I was told I was "...one of the lucky ones" by the midwife smile

tabulahrasa Sun 12-Jun-16 10:01:56

I didn't have any morning sickness and literally one day of feeling a bit queasy with each pregnancy, there were no issues at all.

mrsclooneytoyou Sun 12-Jun-16 10:03:30

I had no sickness or feeling sick with dd1.

twilightcafe Sun 12-Jun-16 10:04:06

I had no morning sickness at all with DD.

Dumbledoresgirl Sun 12-Jun-16 10:05:49

I've had 4 babies and never felt sick for one second for any of them. It is totally normal not to feel sick in pregnancy, as much as it is normal to feel very sick. Don't worry about it.

Dandelion66 Sun 12-Jun-16 10:07:06

Morning, I wasn't sick with either of my pregnancies, and also had no sickness during the labour. My sister was the same so I guess we were extremely lucky. My mother on the other hand was sick constantly throughout her pregnancies. I did put on four stone though!

ChablisTyrant Sun 12-Jun-16 10:07:27

Nope. Never had any nausea for either of mine.

nousernames Sun 12-Jun-16 10:07:26

I never get morning sickness. With my first pregnancy I did spend the first few weeks worrying I wasn't really pregnant - I always was though!

iseenodust Sun 12-Jun-16 10:10:41

Another no nausea at any point. No loss of appetite either.

Ellie06 Sun 12-Jun-16 10:12:55

Hi thank you everyone, that is really reassuring.

soundsystem Sun 12-Jun-16 10:13:02

Some lucky people just don't get morning sickness - fingers crossed you're one of them and it doesn't hit you later!

leoniethelioness Sun 12-Jun-16 10:36:29

I'm nearly 25 weeks and have had no sickness. Baby is fine. Count yourself lucky!

Dixiechick17 Sun 12-Jun-16 10:44:56

I had the same evening nausea, for me it was caused by the pregnacare I was taking. So I switched to folic acid and vit D only and remained symptomless from then on. My DD has just turned one smile

Whatsername17 Sun 12-Jun-16 11:10:55

With my dd I had occasional nausea but no sickness. Didn't fancy certain foods but that was it. Dd is now almost 5. With the baby I lost - a missed miscarriage - I was being sick from conception. I was sick 4 times a day even after the baby had died. I was sick right up until the miscarriage was over. Please try not to worry. Symptoms or lack of them are not an indication of viability.

Chinks123 Sun 12-Jun-16 11:15:24

I never had any sickness with DD apart from when my anaemia was bad. Don't look up expected symptoms, there's no need. Some women get some symptoms, some get all, some none etc everyone is different.

Boogers Sun 12-Jun-16 11:16:53

No nausea with DS apart from when they started talking about cooking offal and black pudding in the office. Had to go to the loo with retching and vomiting lunch back that day. They didn't talk of offal again after that.

Mild nausea with DD but nothing ginger biscuits and fresh air didn't cure.

I was very lucky, sorry.

Dlah Sun 12-Jun-16 11:58:57

Don't be worried, just be very very grateful! Lol

I had horrendous sickness from 7-13 weeks, in hospital twice, wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy

Thankfully now 20 weeks and still sick once or so in mornings but no where near as bad. It really took the enjoyment away to start, I broke down a few times wondering how I'd cope the next 30 odd weeks if it stayed like that!

Congrats, wishing you a healthy, sick free pregnancy!

Hopelass Sun 12-Jun-16 12:06:44

Another one here 21 weeks with no. 2 and had no sickness with either. Enjoy it and try not to worry grin I know worrying is part of the territory

Babymamaroon Sun 12-Jun-16 13:26:42

I would just like to say you are all so lucky!!! I feel so sick it's like food poisoning. Day after day. Why???? It doesn't make my babies any healthier!

I am pea green with envy grin

chloechloe Sun 12-Jun-16 21:43:27

Think yourself lucky! There's nothing to worry about - having no symptoms or very mild ones is just as normal as having lots of them. I'm pg for the second time and didn't have sickness either time. Just very very mild nausea occasionally which I probably wouldn't have noticed had I not been pregnant and symptom spotting.

Ellie06 Sun 12-Jun-16 21:56:17

Thank you lovely people, you always make me feel so much better :-)

DailyMailGOFuckOff Sun 12-Jun-16 22:00:06

I think it's common with boys to have less nausea. I wouldn't have known aside from the kicking bump and how it affected me mentally. I had some achey boobs earlier on then everything disappeared and I thought I was miscarrying. He's 3. Happy and healthy

Midwife suggested my fabulous iron levels along with a boy was to thank for the lack of the rest

Shadow1986 Sun 12-Jun-16 22:02:31

I didn't suffer with sickness in either of my pregnancies. First pregnancy being twins as well.

Ilovenannyplum Sun 12-Jun-16 22:12:52

I had literally no morning sickness at all and now I have a perfectly healthy nearly 2 year old little monster boy

I felt sick once the whole pregnancy, the morning of my 12 week scan because I was so unbelievably nervous
(I'd give anything to live that day again though, seeing him on the screen was amazing)

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