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i'm 10 weeks and trying not to freak out....but morning sickness is definitely going away. not 100%--but it has definitely gotten better. i am able to eat normal sized meals instead of tiny ones and not feel ill. i haven't thrown up since a week ago. did anyone else have it get better at or around this point in pregnancy?? i have read that this should be the WORST time....ahhhhh.<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/irked.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="irked">
 

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Mine didn't really START until about then. It was never too bad though. A few times a week I would throw up my breakfast, then go on with my day. That lasted well into the 2nd trimester. Maybe had just a few days of really feeling bad, stuck on the couch. Hopefully you are at the tail end!
 

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i had nausea and food aversion starting 6.5 weeks and was gone within 24 hours once i hit 8 weeks. my energy also improved. i was so happy, then worried! but everything is fine so far at 12 weeks, nice baby bump, hcg levels high, and i see the midwife tomorrow for a doppler check. i had a post on the june ddc with similar concern (suddenly feeling great), with some feedback from those ladies.<br><br>
10 weeks is definitely normal for decline of symptoms, that is when the hcg levels start to naturally fall. you are right on track. enjoy it!
 

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I'm ten weeks today and I have noticed that in the past few days things are slightly better. I still have really bad days where I feel really gross (I've never puked, just had nausea and awful excessive salivation and just general malaise) but then some days lately, I feel ok. I'm trying to be happy about it and not worry! It helps that I'm still suffering from pretty regular fatigue, so that symptom is still fully there.<br><br>
We're just lucky! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/redface.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Embarrassment">
 

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I'm a bit over 8 weeks and have good days and bad days. Last time around, I think I started having good days around 12 weeks, but had more bad days than good until 20 weeks.<br><br>
It's so different for everyone, it's best to just not worry. The placenta is definitely starting to kick in by 10 weeks, so not unusual for nausea to diminish - lucky!
 

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Everyone is soooo different, so don't worry too much! With my first pregnancy, it went away around 15 weeks. This time... I am 20 weeks and am still nauseous. I thew up three times on monday! I am wishing it goes away soon!
 

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with #1 didnt stop till I gave birth<br>
with #2 stopped about 15 weeks<br>
with #3 never got m/s<br><br>
Goes to show you , each pregnancy is different.
 

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I'm 10wks and feeling a bit better too!<br>
With my last pregnancy, my morning sickness disappeared like magic at 11wks, so I'm hopeful that i'll be better and better all week.<br>
I don't think it's anything to worry about....
 

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Mine just got so much worse this week and I'm hoping it'll stop the same as it did with my last pg at around 11/12 weeks.
 

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With DS#1, I had a food adversion to meat - the smell of it cooking made me want to puke. With this pregnancy, I had really bad nausea (could only eat ginger snap cookies, regular crackers and Sprite for the longest time) and headaches from around 6 weeks till I was roughly 11 weeks. Because the first trimesters as far as the nausea went were so different, I though for sure it was going to be a girl - tehehehehe - not so much! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/winky.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Wink">
 

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I didn't have morning sickness at ALL, now I suddenly struggle to get through the day without long lasting nauseous episodes at 23 weeks!!! It's horrible. No one prepared me for this -- I thought I was in the clear!!
 

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Mine lessened around 9.5/10 wks as well. I also freaked out (having had 2 previous m/c) but it was all good <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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My nausea and general feeling of crappy-ness ended once I hit 15 weeks. That's the first time I actually had an appetite and food was good again.
 
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