I suffered severe morning sickness, mood swings, bloating, and headaches.
I'm heading into my 3rd trimester and haven't expirienced any symptoms my entire pregnancy!!!! Lucky right!? Hopefully you have a symptom free pregnancy lol
Lol one can only wish! :p so far I just feel really tired, and my breast are sore
Durring my first trimester, I had the sore breasts until 10 weeks, then until the end of 13 weeks I was throwing up every morning. Just enjoy the ride the best you can, second trimester is a lot easier on you
In my first trimester I just had nausea all the time. I only actually puked a few times. I had a UTI bad enough I had to go to the ER and they couldn't figure out the issue and said it was possible I could miscarry from the pain and everything I was describing. But me and baby were fine after a few days. So first trimester was pretty easy besides little things here and there. The beginning of my 2nd trimester was absolutely hellacious. I'd go almost an entire week without being able to even drink water because I'd just puke it up. Its like I was making up for all I lacked in the first lol. I had morning sickness for a bout 2 weeks and then other times if I cough too much I'll puke. But that also got a lot better. My most recent thing was I got pleurisy and that was awful.
Now I'm a week from my 3rd and everything has pretty much leveled itself out. I just want to eat CONSTANTLY.
But all in all no matter what happens it all usually goes away by itself over time. Its definitely a roller coaster (:
Oh and I forgot to mention the sore breasts and itchy nipples lol.
sore Boobs. Frequently going to the bathroom. I had morning sickness my entire 1st trimester. For some reasons some nights I felt like I was gonna die had real bad hot flashes and cold chills and headache (just how my body reacted to the changes) strong smells.
Omg, i guess I am extremely lucky lol. I couldn't imagine. I read all the time about mommys to be expiriencing all kinds of symptoms, and to know that my pregnancy has been a walk in the park makes me very grateful!