(MORNING SICKNESS HAS SEEMED TO DIMINISH)did anyone start to feel better at only 8 weeks?
Has anyne noticed their morning or all day sickness has seem to lighten up after 8 weeks?? i was pretty much sick for most of the day.. had no energy.. took all i had to shower and when i ate i fet worse. smells got to me visuals even made me want to throw up... i felt lie i had a flu at all times.. now i still am real tired but i am no where near as sick as what i was... i guess im worried bc it flipped like a switch... with my boys i was sick until i delievered. not real sick just bloating heart burn indigestion.. occational throwing up when i ate too much at once... this preg i am just qweezy and weak and nausus but it seemed to have went almost away.. i have no bleeding no cramping... my boobs hurt and i still dont feel myself but i just cant get over how the sickness dissapeared.. i started taking my prenatals at bedtime.. i know this has helped but my gosh irs just weird how things have changed.. i had a healthy ultrasound on 7 weeks 3 days.. at 8 weeks i noticed i feel better... can anyone relate???
I started to feel better around 8.5 weeks. I still have the occasional gag here and there, but nothing like it was. I only feel it now if I have an empty stomach. Before 8.5 weeks I was really dizzy and pukey non stop. I am 10 weeks today, still really tired, boobs hardly hurt now, and instead of nausea I am starving. I also have been getting headaches.
My doc told me HCG gets at it's highest somewhere between 8-10 weeks. After that, they decrease a little, level off, and placenta starts to take over hormone production. That is why by the end of the 3rd month you should feel great.
Try not to worry... I know I should take my own advice HAHA but chances are that things are just fine.
I have a 10 week ultrasound tomorrow. I keep telling myself that everything is going to be great and just because I feel better doesn't mean anything. I will let you know how it goes.
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