I feel like I'm not normal because I've barely had any morning sickness. Sometimes after I eat a large meal I don't feel very well, and I'm always hungry! But I haven't thrown up yet and I almost feel like there's something wrong because I haven't been sick! Is this okay?
I am 8 weeks and havent been sick at all. I feel a little woozy here and there but nothing at all to complain about. I was worried about it but then just figured I got lucky.
When I was pregnant with my little boy (he is 4) I didnt get sick either.
I am actually due in January but thank your lucky stars you are not getting sick. I know plenty of women who never got sick. I got sick every day and lived off of water and fruit. Crackers sucked for me too.
Anyways, congrats to you both!
I'm 13 weeks and I haven't had any morning sickness at all. I thought I was weird too and have a hard time believing I'm pregnant.
Married on June 6/09
DD born Apr 9/10
TTC for #2
Thanks guy, it makes me feel better that I'm not the only one. I feel guilty not getting a little sick, but I'll learn to live with it. Haha
It's actually more normal than you would think not to have morning sickness. I (and you are) was one of the lucky ones. Not only did I not have morning sickness but I didn't have any other symptoms either. I felt guilty for not being sick for a matter of about 5 minutes then I realized that was a good thing! Have fun with your pregnancy and don't worry about what symptom you are or aren't getting. Congratulations!
I didn't have morning sickness either...as far as I know the women in my family don't have morning sickness...at least on my mother's side. I didn't feel bad at all realizing that I didn't have to suffer through running to the bathroom every few minutes. One thing I did have to worry about was the smell of some foods. I would be fine while eating the food, but when I went to wash the dishes later the smell would make me gag like crazy.
My partner said she didn't really have much morning sickness either. Raging hormones that didn't exactly make her a very pleasant person for a couple of months, but not really sickness.