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I have had no morning sickness, is this okay?

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I am 5 weeks pregnant (possibly further). I have all other symptoms: fatigue, headaches, heightened smell, breast soreness, cramping, and super emotional. I am extremely afraid of having problems (miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy) and I see a NP on Tuesday. My mom and my sister had no morning sickness with any of their pregnancies. Should I be worried?

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If you've got no morning sickness, you should count yourself lucky!  There's nothing that says you NEED to be sick all the time.  In fact, it's an old wives' tale that if you have little or no morning sickness, you might be in for a little boy. ;)
my first pregnancy, I had no morning sickness at all!  It was fabulous!!  This pregnancy, I could only WISH for no morning sickness ;)Good luck on your pregnancy :)
Very normal, most of my friends never knew what it was like being pregnant and throwing up! I am 19 wks and happy to say that is in my past. Consider yourself a lucky duckling:)

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