You're only about 10 weeks along right now, right? That's pretty early to be feeling your baby move, especially if it's your first. Generally speaking, the earliest women feel their baby is 16 weeks, and that's usually not with their first baby. Some women do feel movements a coupld of weeks earlier, but that's not super common. When I was 12 weeks along with my second I may have felt him move a couple of times, but I wasn't actually positive that I felt him until I was about 16 or 17 weeks.It's likely that you're just feeling digestive movements, especially since you're having troubles with morning sickness. Vomiting and not eating much are going to make your digestion feel stronger and more turbulent. As far as your morning sickness is concerned, just eat what you can. Make sure you're taking your prenatal vitamins every day. If you can't keep down prenatals, it's ok to take a double dose of children's vitamins (like Flintstones or gummies). The vitamin are extremely important if you can't eat much. I had horrendous morning sickness with both my girls. It lasted about 6 months with my first, but only about 3 with my second. Both times nothing would help me to feel better. If you haven't already, try eating crackers, sipping ginger ale, eating ginger candy, and/or sucking lemon drops. Those can all help you to feel a little bit better. You should also Google morning sickness remedies, since there are more that I can't remember.I had heartburn with all three of my pregnancies. I don't remember when it started with my first, but with my second and third I would take two Tums every night before bed from the very beginning. Heartburn happens because digestion slows down during pregnancy. This allows your body to get the maximum amount of nutrition our of the food you eat so that both you and your baby get everything you need. When digestion slows down, it makes food sit in your stomach longer, which makes higher levels of stomach acid sit in your stomach. Even in the beginning of pregnancy, the acid can leak out (or up, I suppose is a better way of thinking of it) into your esophagus, causing heartburn. Make sure you are careful about what you eat, which I know is tricky with the morening sickness. Try to avoid anything that is acidic, like pizza, marinara sauce, orange juice, etc. And at night, take a couple of Tums.Headaches and dizziness can be normal, especially when you aren't eating a whole lot, but you should mention them to your doctor. They can be a sign of a more serious problem.