Reread my posts, I said I understand wanting the symptoms to "feel" pregnant. HOWEVER since I have 24/7 sickness, have had to get a prescription and almost had to be admitted for dehydration, Im letting you know that worrying that you arent puking is ridiculous.
You say you are taking it in "stride" but your OP is full of worry that you are doing something wrong because you arent puking. We arent medical proffesionals, if you are so concerned contact your doctor. But I can tell you that coming onto a pregnancy board 'complaining' because you arent experiencing m/s is most likely not going ot sit well with all the women who hug the porcelin throne for hours every morning.
Plus anyone who has a pregnancy book or Google could have found the answer to this in a matter of seconds: Every pregnancy and every woman is different.
Ps you are on an internet forum, take the replies you get. Some people just tell it like it is.View Thread
I think that with a name as 'unique' as Memphis it would be weird were you ever to reconcile.
Also, Im just not very fond of the name. You have to think of how it might affect her in school, kids might tease her. If she were ever to be a CEO of a company, a name like that doesnt really invoke professionalism.
I have had m/s since I found out I was preg. I have lost 10lbs, Im 8 wks today. Its freaking terrible! Just thank your lucky stars you dont have it instead of wishing you would get it.. Geez... Wish I could be in your shoes...View Thread
I Just want to say hi and let you know you are not alone! Im 21 also and 6wks pregnant, I cried my eyes when I found out, Im not ready to be a mom! I was really scared and my parents had the 'Oh my God, how could you!" reaction too.
My fiancee is very excited and Im happy about that. After the shock settles in you will come around. I saw my lil peanuts heartbeat yesterday on an ultrasound and Im already sooooooooo in love!!
We are always here if you need someone! Good luckView Thread
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