I just had H1N1. I am 19 wks along. I had fever of 100-101 for 3-4 days, severe muscle aches, cough, slight sniffles, fatigue. My husband caught it first from the school he works at. He brought it home and within a day, our 3 kids and I caught it. All of us had the same symptoms.
My kids bounced back from it pretty quickly and did great. I am usually a very healthy person and can ward these things off but this one seemed to take a little longer to ward off. But still doable. We eat healthy foods, take cod liver oil, vit. D, do homeopathics, etc. We never take fever suppressants. I tried to get as much rest as possible. My husband had to miss work to watch the kids so that I could rest. We're all over it now.
One thing to be cautious of. Health care practitioners and even people on here say to take fever-lowering drugs. This is a big mistake, I believe (unless there is some kind of super high emergency fever going on). If maternal fever is below 102, it is considered safe for the babe as long as mama is staying super hydrated and rested, etc. Yet, people will try to pressure / guilt you into lowering your fever if you're pregnant. Remember: fever is there for a reason. Fever greatly helps to kill off the germs that are multiplying in your lungs, etc. But when people lower their fever with drugs, the germs are able to multiply more quickly and the person can get much sicker and more prone to secondary infection (remember that the problem with swine flu is secondary infection). Plus, fever-lowering meds make it harder on your already-taxed liver and your immune system in general. And for kids: remember that 102 is an ideal temp for their little bodies to fight off those germs. Please do not lower their fevers if it is just 102 because it could put them at risk for secondary infection. As a rule, I do not give my kids fever-lowering drugs (again, unless there is some super high fever emergency which we thankfully haven't had)
Gotta run to the kids.