In early pregnancy it is possible, but it would not be a real common thing. But every woman is different, as are her pregnancies. It might be a one day thing if your body has just detected you are pregnant and are producing high or fluctuating levels of HCG (human chorionic gonadotopin), which is a pregnancy hormone that is believed to be one of the main causes of morning sickness. Sometimes morning sickness will come only once or twice, then nothing for a few weeks, but then it really kicks in. Like the calm before the storm, so to speak.
With my first pregnancy I had exactly two little waves of nausea a few days apart during the third or fourth week. That was it!
Why not just take a home pregnancy test and get it over with so you will know whether to watch for more symptoms or not? Some people experience no morning sickness ever. if you really feel that you are having morning sickness, then just take a test and find out for sure if you are pregnant and that could be what is causing your symptoms.
Take a test. Not everyone gets morning sickness.
No, you can get morning sickness when expecting a boy or a girl. It is a myth that you only experience it with one or the other. It's the hormones that are released during pregnancy that cause morning sickness, and these are the same when the baby is a boy and when the baby is a girl
Not everyone gets morning sickness. If you do, it's not necessarily in the morning, either. (I had morning sickness with one child, but not the other. Both are boys.)
Eating crackers is one remedy for morning sickness. Eating small meals all day long is another way to keep from getting sick.
I had morning sickness with both my kids! One of each for me and maybe one on the way!
Morning sickness is usually one of the signs and symptoms of pregnancy. The consequences is usually the lack of appetite.
Getting sick during Pregnancy is usually called Morning Sickness. Morning Sickness is one of many thing that can come with being pregnant and not everyone gets morning sickness when they are pregnant.
Nearly all women experience morning sickness to one extent or another, however, it is possible to be pregnant and not have morning sickness. It is recommended that women who think they are pregnant take a pregnancy test to find out for sure.
== == It is true that if you have had morning sickness with prior pregnancies you are more likely to have it again in subsequent pregnancies, but it doesn't have to follow that pattern. Every pregnancy is different and has different symptoms. Be glad you don't have to deal with the Morning Sickness this time!
Each pregnancy is different there is nothing uncommon with this.
No. There is no relation between the fetus's gender and how severe the morning sickness is or if you even have one. It's a old wives tale.
About one third of women have morning sickness, about one third have it at another time of day and a lucky third don't have it at all. My fiirst pregnancy I had evening nausea (never puked) but second time around I was fine. If you don't have it by 7 weeks you are probably one of the lucky third.