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I don't. Should I be worried?

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I don't. Should I be worried?
Nah. I didn't have any at all with my first two. Mild with my third. Mild again with my fourth. This one... I've had a little, here and there. We'll see if it anything really kicks in... but every body (and every pregnancy!) is different.

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I don't either (but I'm just 4.5 wks so probably too early), but my mom never had a day of nausea for her entire, very healthy pregnancy. Some people do and some (lucky!) people don't.

Do you have other symptoms? Sore boobs? Fatigue? As far as I can tell from my family's stories and from these threads, everyone gets their own special mixture of symptoms for each pregnancy. Not to worry

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Nah. I didn't have any at all with my first two. Mild with my third. Mild again with my fourth. This one... I've had a little, here and there. We'll see if it anything really kicks in... but every body (and every pregnancy!) is different.
That makes me feel better

I am a tad queesy while eating,but nothing else.

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some people don't get it. i never had it before- even when i carried twins. neither have either of my sisters. but i bragged on here recently that i never get morning sickness and that bit me in the butt because this week i have been feeling queasy in a big way. it is no fun, lol...so i hope you ARE lucky and continue to feel fine!

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I don't either (but I'm just 4.5 wks so probably too early), but my mom never had a day of nausea for her entire, very healthy pregnancy. Some people do and some (lucky!) people don't.

Do you have other symptoms? Sore boobs? Fatigue? As far as I can tell from my family's stories and from these threads, everyone gets their own special mixture of symptoms for each pregnancy. Not to worry
My only symptoms are dreams about being pg (like daydreams or visions kind of : ) , fatigue, and 2 positive tests.

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I don't either (but I'm just 4.5 wks so probably too early), but my mom never had a day of nausea for her entire, very healthy pregnancy. Some people do and some (lucky!) people don't.

Do you have other symptoms? Sore boobs? Fatigue? As far as I can tell from my family's stories and from these threads, everyone gets their own special mixture of symptoms for each pregnancy. Not to worry
No nausea, but sore boobs. I'm pretty tired, but thats usual for me

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I think my boobs don't hurt because Mylee is still breastfeeding.

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I don't have any... yet!

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i feel like it's hovering in the background but nothing that is really queasy..if that makes sense.. with my girls it never kicked in until 6 to 7 weeks though...so another week i'm hoping. extremely tired and boobs hurting, a very hazy feeling going along with it all. so something is happening..

hope you get sick soon! or maybe you will be one of the lucky ones..

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Yeah I can't spell on here for crap

So haziness has hit here too

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does anyone feel totally unmotivated...separate from the sheer exhaustion? i'm just not excited about anything right now..

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With my last pregnancy I don't remember when the nausea kicked in, and then it was mild but all day. And vegetables just grossed me out. So far this time I have only had problems if I get too hungry, then I am queasy and nothing appeals !!! Also very tired, somewhat sore boobs.

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I've only gotten very mild queasiness...usually having to do with not eating the moment I feel a pang of hunger. This morning I found myself running to the refrigerator, fumbling out an apple and trying to wash it and cut out a soft spot before getting ill. Within a minute of starting to eat the apple I was fine, but it was a close one. I've learned that I need two small breakfasts and the rest of the day I'm okay.

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my mom had no nausea whatsoever with either of her pregnancies. some ppl are just like that. stinkers. LOL

i had moderate nausea with rowan, severe nausea with ava, and it's sort of in between right now with riley.
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I've had not a speck of any symptoms, except 2 days of sore boobs at a little over 4 weeks. I'm 5 weeks 5 days now and a bit nervous about it. However, I went to my doctor on Monday and got excellent HCG and progesterone results, so I think I might just be like my Mom and not get morning sickness.... or I could get deathly ill in two days when I hit 6 weeks.

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