Should I be concerned? Or should I celebrate it? I'm ten weeks along and I swear I've had less and less morning sickness. Is this too soon to be getting over it? Or should I just shut up and enjoy it? It's difficult not to worry.
Every woman and every pregnancy is different, but I would say enjoy feeling good. I've been feeling great for the last few days since I cut out meat. It is a lot easier not to worry if you can hear the heartbeat, maybe investing in a doppler would ease your mind?
DD Annabelle 04/08/10 DD Gillian 09/29/11
I'll try to just enjoy feeling good. Next Tuesday I have a doctor's appointment. It will be my next prenatal visit so maybe then I will get to hear the heartbeat and I can relax a little! As for meat, I hardly ever eat it anyway. Chicken, yes. I won't eat any red meat though. It just doesn't digest well for me.
I think morning sickness is worst between weeks 7-14. With my last pregnancy it was the worst between 8-11 weeks and then I felt better by week 14... it's turning out this way again with this pregnancy. Each week I'm starting to feel much better so I hope to be back to normal by 14 weeks!
thank goodness you posted this because i had a total paranoid freakout this morning thinking about the fact that i'll be 10 weeks on friday and i feel almost normal (big boobs and a slight backache, but normal otherwise). i've been fighting my need to google everything, so thank you for saying something.
i'm sure we're all 4 just fine, but it's hard not to worry. especially when you go from feeling like a mack truck hit you to kinda like a normal human being. that next doc's appointment will help a lot, i'm sure.
DD: Megan, born 5/19/2012
"Camper" lost 4/5/11 (10w4d)
I am feeling a bit better, too.. and I saw my OB's practicing partner today and she said that's a GOOD sign!
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