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#1 kimliz

Posted 19 June 2012 - 09:04 AM

I have been feeling really awful with morning sickness for over a week now and starting last night I have started to feel ok. I am 7 weeks3 days, right in the space where my last pregnancy ended. I had a scan on Friday and everything was fine, but it was also fine last time! And then  it wasn't. I know it could be my head, but I just have a  really bad feeling! Not sure I I should go to my doc (gp) or not?? Anyone's morning sickness ever take a holiday at this time?

#2 Vanilla-Cupcakes

Posted 19 June 2012 - 10:25 AM

I was about 8-9 weeks when everything stopped abruptly, literally overnight. Went to bed feeling sick again, woke up feeling so normal that I assumed the worst.

So I went to the gp, got a referral for a viability scan, and all was perfect.

Haven't been sick since that night I went to bed, and I'm
22 weeks now.

Good luck x

#3 ritten

Posted 19 June 2012 - 10:26 AM

Hi, couldn't go past without saying something original.gif

I'm not in your DIG - due Jan, but I went through this a few weeks ago. I had horrible MS from before I even knew I was pregnant, and then around 8 weeks it just stopped! i was soo freaked out! cue crazy google searching lol.  I have weekly blood tests though, so didnt have to wait to find out all was ok though - and then MS came back anyway few days later.

If you are stressing you could always call your clinic and ask them for suggestions.  Good luck !

#4 kimliz

Posted 19 June 2012 - 04:30 PM

Thanks vanilla and ritten for your replies. I really really do appreciate that you took the Tim to help ease my mind.

I totally freaked out! I went to my GP and pretty much demanded another ultrasound referral even though I had one on Friday. After what seemed such a long day I  Had my scan done about 2pm and bub has grown well actually put me 2 days ahead of last scan and the heartbeat was 160 up from 148 last week. What a relief, to say the least. I am going to look into doing something for my anxiety, maybe accupunture? I'm not usually highly strung at all, but as soon as I'm pregnant, bam it kicks in.  I have a head cold now to top things off. I'm feeling rather yucky m/s right now, so that's good.

Can either of you remember if you felt like our uterus was heavy/ achey. Thi feeling has just kicked in of me the last coupl of days where's last I'm when I miscarried I had it from the start till not long before I found out bub was gone.

Thanks again

#5 ritten

Posted 19 June 2012 - 05:50 PM

Glad you got it checked out original.gif

I don't know what you mean by a heavy feeling, but I have definitely had achiness on and off for a few weeks now. Apparently that is quite common though in first trimester and not to worry about unless combined with bleeding- crazy google searching again lol original.gif

I get tests weekly at my fertility clinic though, so has eased my mind a bit there really.  And I get to ask the nurses there all my silly questions!

Hope you find something to help with your anxiety, and that your head cold gets better (I have one at the moment too - nasty!)

#6 Natttmumm

Posted 19 June 2012 - 07:26 PM

Good to hear all is fine. With my pregnancies I have had a few days at a time when I felt ok then the ms kicked in again up to 20 weeks appox. The heavy feeling comes and goes for me too, last night I thought something might b wrong and today all ok. The only constant for me is exhaustion all the time. The anxiety can be hard to overcome. I try to do breathing exercises at night when it's quiet and kids are asleep.

#7 melzy02

Posted 19 June 2012 - 09:23 PM

Thats great news about your scan original.gif
Hopefully you find something that works to treat your anxiety.

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