Not everyone gets "morning sickness". And even if you do, it can be anytime of the day. Some pregnancy symptoms are nausea, vomiting (morning sickness), breast tenderness, darkening of the nipples and areolas, cravings, tiredness, and some smells can be very irritating. I would definitely take a pregnancy test to be sure. If it is positive, a doctor should be seen. Remember, at three weeks it is still very early and not all pregnancy tests can pick up the hormone at this stage. To really answer your question: Yes, it is normal to either throw up or NOT throw up being three weeks pregnant. Every woman's body reacts in its' own way to pregnancy. Even if you do not have morning sickness, it is still possible to have it as the pregnancy progresses.
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