703841 tn?1322565968

morning sickness gone at 9wks?

Hi ladies

I was having really bad morning sickness 24/7 and it all of a sudden just dissapeared ( has been gone for a week now) i'm only 9 wks 4 days my stomach where the baby is has been cramping almost like a stretching feeling but the morning sickness is gone. is this something to be concerned about?

the photo below was taken yesterday at 9wks 3 days
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if the cramping is severe.. like painful... It can be concerning.. if it feels like pulling/stretching then it could be you growing..  Your baby right now is down below behind your pelvic bone...  If this isnt your first then you will show sooner but most of the baby bumps at this stage is related a lot to bloat.

in regards to your morning sickness being gone.. At this point it could be normal.. Depending on the person, your hormones will spike between 9 and 11 weeks and begin to level off and drop slightly..  So it is normal to see a decline in things like morning sickness at this stage as you begin to approach the ..

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I agree, every pregnancy varies in time of events happening.  Some have lasting severe morning sickness, and some don't have it at all!  But, if you feel concerned, ask to see your Dr. and take an hCG count, and have a listen for the heartbeat, and if this is possible it will ease your mind. :)
When is your next scheduled ultrasound?
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703841 tn?1322565968
Thanks Ladies my next appointment with her is in 2 weeks u/s i'm not to sure i hope that she will be able to give me an u/s before the 20 weeks mark.
I'm so uneasy with this pregnancy
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