I'm 4 weeks and 4 days, I haven't had morning sickness and idk if that's normal or not. I have had cramps that wake me up at night and have been super tired. I'm a full time student and even right now I'm too sleepy to do my hmw
I was extremely fatigued (still am), but I never had any morning sickness, and I did have cramps like that. You may want to consult with your doctor to ease your mind, but I know being a full-time student and pregnant it is really hard. I hope you feel better!
I am 22 weeks on tuesday and when I found out I was 5 weeks. I was sooooo tired all the time,had sever cramps, and got constant headaches. I for sure thought I was getting my period. I took 5 pg tests and all were positive. I didnt have any nausea or vomitting. The worst was my boobs hurt and the headaches. Consider urself lucky with no nausea or vomitting. I now being 21w5d feel like I got the wind knocked outta me....whew!!! But its perfectly normal to be symptom free. Every pregnancy is so different :)
Just knowing that others haven't makes me feel better:) I noticed today that I am starting to get tired even with more than 8 hrs of sleep. Tomorrow is the first day back to school since o found out and I'm so nervous
Im 9 weeks, the only time i had sickness, was just before my 8th week, id have a day where id throw up around noon then id be fine, the next day i wouldnt at all, but the day after that i would again, around the same time, it went on for a few days,but i feel fine now. There are times where it could happen any moment but it doesnt lol its wierd
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