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I felt yucky for about two weeks, but this week hasn't been so bad. I've been able to eat again and I haven't had any morning sickness!
I would get worried about not having many symptoms but I trust that my body would let me know if something were wrong. It's better that I don't freak out about fading symptoms because there is nothing I can do about it anyway. I'm going to focus on being grateful that I'm starting to feel a little bit like my old self again.
I have felt amazing this time. That has never happened before. I was on Zofran with my last two pregnancies. I saw the baby and heard the heartbeat at my last appointment, though. I guess I just got lucky this time. I have not had any morning sickness or exhaustion, and I have very little heartburn. The only symptom I have is needing to pee more frequently and being hungry more often. (Also, my boobs grew two cup sizes.)
With DD1 I felt NOTHING until I was 25ish weeks. ZERO symptoms. With DD2 sick as a dying DOG. ughhh. This time I felt nauseaous in the first few weeks but now besides feeling pretty exhausted and often a headache from cutting cafeine cold turkey (I drank more coffee than I care to even admit to myself) I feel fab
Overall, I am feeling pretty good. The tiredness is my biggest issue, and it usually hits around 3pm and again around 9 or 10pm. And hunger, OMG, I have to eat so much (because I am also breastfeeding a 14 month old)....it's almost like a chore, which is annoying.
Otherwise, I don't really have nausea...except for a time or two, and usually because it'd been too long since I ate.
I FEEEL GREAT!! I didn't have morning sickness to begin with but my tiredness is starting to fade i have more energy and my boobs have been less sore. The only bad thing definitely been more agitated lately but all my icky seems to be disappearing.
I'm feeling okay for the most part. I am more on edge emotionally, and my energy is down,I am more picky about food, but haven't felt terrible. My boobs feel sort of sore while exercising, but haven't grown one iota. But, as it is my fourth baby, perhaps they don't have any work to do.
I also have felt better than I had in the previous weeks, which I know should make me feel happy and relieved but in reality just makes me worry. There's a weird sort of comfort in feeling badly, it makes me think things are going on as they should in there and when I feel fine I worry that my symptoms are fading due to m/c.
Like you said though, worrying won't change anything so I really should also just focus on being grateful for not being sick!!!!!