Gah!

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Gah!

I know I shouldn't complain with so many of you being sick. But I can't help it. I am one of those women who doesn't get real morning sickness. I get a little queasy here and there, but that's it.

Having to wait three more weeks for my u/s is driving me nuts! I get a little crazy every time I don't "feel pregnant," and this morning is one of those times. I'm sooo scared! I only have that heavy feeling in my abdomen when I lie at certain angles, rather than all the time (like yesterday). I think dh will have to send me to the funny farm at the end of this!

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That's me today! Today I felt not pregnant. I hope everything's ok. I googled and some women say they have days like this then WHAM it's worse. So I don't know what to say except lots of us get crazy during the first trimester. Biggrin

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I don't feel pregnant either, other than some aches here and there. I normally have morning sickness so this is completely freaking me out!!

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"shadow_grey" wrote:

I don't feel pregnant either, other than some aches here and there. I normally have morning sickness so this is completely freaking me out!!

When this happened with my second pregnancy (the first one that worked out), I kept waiting for the morning sickness to kick in. I think I was around 7 mos along when I gave up and counted myself lucky (if frazzled).

If exhaustion is any sign, everything is fine on my end Smile

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I'll trade. I'd much rather worry about whether the pregnancy was going well than feel like crap all the time and worry about how the heck I'm going to make it through the next month or so. Wink I'd say if that's how your other pregnancies are then you're probably fine. And very, very lucky.

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"pico83" wrote:

I'll trade. I'd much rather worry about whether the pregnancy was going well than feel like crap all the time and worry about how the heck I'm going to make it through the next month or so. Wink I'd say if that's how your other pregnancies are then you're probably fine. And very, very lucky.

The problem is that it's how all my other pregnancies have been, including the three that didn't work.

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I know it can't come soon enough but it is almost time for us all to hear those hearts beating. I have seen many posts on here where people said they called their Dr/midwife & explained they were anxious & why & they Dr would let them come just for a quick look to ease their mind. Although I'm sick I feel nervous as to why am I so sick (is something wrong?)

Now let me tell you how jealous I am of you right now. I am very very very jealous of how your wonderful body loves you. Mine obviously is not fond of me. Ohhhhh to not feel sick at all for 3 staight hours is my dream....lol

I hope you start feeling sick soon (just kidding)

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I wasn't so scared in my first pregnancy as I am with this one. I am always concerned and afraid of MC. I am just glad that my OB does a scan every visit, because it gives me greater piece of mind. In my first 5 months with DS I went to a clinic that only allowed us to get 3 scan in all the pregnancy. I changed to this OB since it was closer and loved how he worked. Great OB even-though he is a male he makes you feel comfortable and in the plus side I get a picture of my LO each visit.

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I have not even had a twinge of m/s, either. I am counting myself soooo lucky, though. I, too, worried about it "meaning something". I am just trying to enjoy each day and concentrating on the joy of it all.