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Pregnant with no morning sickness

Hi I am 10 weeks pregnant, so far I don't have no morning sickness, just finding out if that is possible
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I consider yourself one  of the lucky ones that don't have any morning sickness and you'll be glad you are. Morning sickness is no joke I'm currently 8 weeks and I have all day sickness.
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I knew I was pregnant right away with my first because I felt so sick and nauseous by 6w with my son. With my daughter I never would have known I was pregnant if I didn't miss my period. I didn't start feeling pregnant or have any symptoms til 12w. Be happy you feel good still!!
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I haven't had morning sickness with either pregnancy, enjoy it, but later on I got really bad colds, acid reflux, and even kidney stones, so hope your good luck continues
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I normally only suffer when I smell something bad, but this time I'm 10 weeks and had none what so ever x
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I didn't have true morning sickness until this week, and I'm 11 weeks pregnant. I've been off and on nauseous for the last few weeks but didn't get hit with the vomiting until now. Some women never get morning sickness, others have it from the get-go, and some like me have it for (hopefully) a short while. So it's for sure possible to not have it. Pregnancy is a complex process, our bodies experience the symptoms in a lot of different ways.
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I'm 15 weeks and I've had none! Don't worry, some women just don't have it. You might in a future pregnancy but if you haven't already in this one you're probably in the clear for this pregnancy. Just be happy you feel good! ♡
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Yes it is possible I didn't have any symptoms at all.  :)  xx
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Very possible. Enjoy it!! :) Congrats
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Hi everyone, I am very scare, today u am excatly 11 weeks and I am bleeding, can anyone give me some advise I am really scared

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