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Its been like a 2 weeks that my m/s has subsided , i have to say i was very surprise because w/ds it lasted til i was about 4MON and then it started to subside. Im barley about to be 9wks and Im started to feel normal which is nice but scary , it makes me think if there is something wrong? My appt isnt til march 25th so i have to wait till then so see my lil bean is ok. Truth fully im not really worried about it but has anyone else m/s subsided??
Ok so here is pretty much how feel everyday , when i wake up i dont feel like i have to stuff food in my mouth as soon as im up, I can wait about 1 or 2 to eat and wont be hungry again for a good while , ill excersise and then eat but then ill get really hungry like at 11pm so ill eat a bowl of cereal unless i fall asleep , im no longer falling asleep during day like i use too. and im no longer dry heaving unless i have not eating all day. I still do pee a million times, which i dont mind. and everyonce in a while after i eat ill get a tummy ache and feel ****y but thats pretty much it. gosh i hope ms dosent come back with vengeance hahaha. So thats pretty much it. should i be worried or not ?
ps: I might actually start cooking, dh sure will be happy
Mine is easing up too. It's a little scary since with Olivia I had it for 20+ weeks. I actually posted a similar topic for the very same reason. lol
I have read that the placenta is starting to take over and within the next few weeks really takes over. Fatigue, nausea, and bloating are all symptoms of the progesterone which decreases once the placenta takes over.
Maybe we're lucky and it's doing it's job a little sooner for us