With my first baby I had very bad morning sickness, I was drinking mainly water until my 16 week scan as I couldn't really keep food down. The scan showed our baby was alive but unable to survive outside of my body, I could have carried to term and delivered or I had the option to deliver at 16 weeks. I look back now and if the sickness hadn't been so bad I might have considered going full term, the baby would possibly have lived 2-3 hours before dying. To have to make that kind of decision, I wouldn't wish on anyone. I chose to deliver at 16 weeks. I'm getting carried away with myself, but the point is, morning sickness doesn't guarantee a successful pregnancy.
Like I said before take any sick free days as a blessing for the worse ones that you will have! :D
Thanks so much. I thought with morning sickness that once you got it it stayed until the end of your first trimester. I need to calm down I think, keep on telling myself that what will happen will happen and I have no control over it. I need to take my own advice. Its the evening now and I'm feeling a little queazy so I'm happy, never thought that morning sickness would make me happy, funny how things change
I empathize with how you must be feeling, once you've lost a pregnancy it's so hard to not worry about every little thing that does or doesn't happen the next time. You have no bleeding and that is good, the sickness could be temporary, I never had morning sickness every day with my 4th and first successful pregnancy, some days I would physically throw up, others I'd just feel sick and some days I would be totally fine. Take this as one of your reprieve days for now, tomorrow may be a different matter!