has anyone just had nausea for about 3 or 4 weeks and then it went away? i am 10 weeks 1 day and i havent really had any nausea the last couple of days but i still dont have cramps or anything so im not thinking it a miscarriage. but im actually kinda hoping the nausea comes back that way i know everything is going ok lol i have to wait till may 15th till i go to the doctors.
It's funny how the nausea is something you hate, yet when it's gone you miss it! I was in the the same position as you and my morning sickness would come and go all the time. Just wait, it may come back - or you could be lucky and it's over with. Some women don't get any nausea or morning sickness, others get it throughout their pregnancy. Most likely everything is fine and luckily you have an appt. soon so they can confirm that. But if you do experience any bad cramping or bleeding I would definitly contact your doctor.
I had a m/c in December 2007 and I had severe cramping and heavy bleeding. With my 2nd pregnancy I also had cramping, though not severe. Everyhting turned out the fine, the doctor told me it was just my uterus stretching. So try not to freak out too much if the cramping does happen because that coudl be the reason (though my cramping started around 5-6 weeks). Good luck with everything though!!!
Yea...right around 10 weeks seems to be a common spot among pregnant women for m/s to ease up a bit or even go away completely. I noticed my symptoms and m/s weren't so bad by then, but it came right back and my m/s just went away about 2 weeks, although I still have some nausea here and there and I'm just about 20 weeks. Hopefully yours will be easing up and go away sooner than later.
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