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#1 of 3 Old 12-21-2011, 01:32 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I am worried because my nausea seems to be reducing rather than increasing and Im 7wks along. It hit me hard at just 4wks along and was really bad for two weeks... But now its not so bad. I thought that it couldnt get better til around 12wks.

On the other hand Im getting really dizzy and so exhausted. I an having a hard time doing basic house chores... Even getting my son snacks.

Has anyone experienced this?

I worry the hormones might be lowering ~ I thought that was a bad sign. Am I being paranoid?

My last pregnancy I was sick as a dog the whole time.

 
 
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Everyones body is different and every pregnancy is different. There is no set rule for how and when morning sickness strikes.

I know it can make us moms worry when we feel good, like the pregnancy isn't going right. However, nothing suggests that anything is wrong ((HUGS))

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Morning sickness can reflect an imbalance in the digestive system and hormones.  A reduction in discomfort can be perceived as a healthy change.  If the dizziness and exhaustion continue, it may be best to consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner.

 

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