help! is it ok to have no sickness on third pregnancy?

Sharon - posted on 04/16/2012 ( 26 moms have responded )

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Hi,
I am 9 weeks pregnant on my third child, on my first two i was very sick but this time I have no sickness at all.

is this ok? can the pregnancy be so different? or is there something wrong?

hope you can help me put my mind at rest.

Sharon.

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Marcia - posted on 04/17/2012

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it is very normal, this one will likely be a different gender, nausea usually marks a specific gender, and if you are not nauseous its probably a different gender, also if its a different husband it will be very different

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Sharon - posted on 04/18/2012

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Thankyou so much, I feel so much beter now and I am looking forward to my appointment next week. Hoping they will do a little scan let me have a sneaky look! lol

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Each pregnancy can be very different as each child can be. Your body is not so shocked by the changes this time. I was not sick with my second child as with the first. The doc said that was why.

Pamela - posted on 04/16/2012

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It is QUITE okay NOT TO BE SICK!!! Obviously your body is different this time around. My third pregnancy was so different from the first two....who were boys, I thought I was having a girl. NOT!!! LOL!

Nonetheless, be HAPPY that your body is reacting differently. Be happy....not concerned! ENJOY not being sick! The best to you and yours!

Kelly - posted on 04/16/2012

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I never got sick during my pregnancy, never had cravings either. This is normal, all pregnancies are different. Congrats

Terrie - posted on 04/16/2012

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You have nothing to worry about. Just all the people who will tell you the different miths about not throwing up during a pregnancy. lol For example the baby is going to have lots of hair not much hair. It's going to be a girl a boy, it could be born with a syndrome or without. lol Lord I hated hearing all that mess when I was pregnant. lol

Jennifer - posted on 04/16/2012

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Consider yourself lucky. I was sick with my son for three months and none at all with my daughter. Every pregnancy is different and as long as the doc isn't worried you shouldn't be.

Alexandra - posted on 04/16/2012

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everything is good. I hope you don't get sick later on like I did! No fun throwing up at 8 and 9 months with a big belly!
There is nothing wrong. Everybody and every baby is different.
Congratulations!

Sarah - posted on 04/16/2012

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Every pregnancy is different. I had mild morning sickness with my first (a boy), then heavy morning sickness with my second (a girl). I had high blood pressure with my first, normal with my second. Anemia with both though.

Elizabeth - posted on 04/16/2012

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I've had 2 kids, both were totally different. One was amazingly easy. The other was the worst. I hope you haven't jinxed yourself!!! 9 weeks is still early!! ;)

Heather - posted on 04/16/2012

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I had hyperemesis with my first two--REALLY BAD. With my second, I required home care and IV at home. My third was much easier-- still sick but not to the same degree at all. Definitely talk to your doctor--but each time is different! Congrats and feel good!

Ana - posted on 04/16/2012

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i had 3 totally diffent pregnancies too. 1st one i was so tired for the first 3 months. just wanted to sleep all the time. then it got better and the delivery was fast and easy. 2nd, pregnancy from hell. sickness till i was 6 months, passing out, leg cramps, early labor then ended up with a c-section cause he was too big and didn't turn around. 3rd, didn't even know i was pregnant. only clue was no period. super easy pregnancy and a really difficult delivery. ended up with pit iv to get the dialating moving along. back labor. OMG



yes, they're all different ;-)

Kay - posted on 04/16/2012

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My mom says it got less with each pregnancy. With me, terrible. With my younger sister, once or twice, but not unmanageable. With my youngest sister? Nothing at all. She is perfectly healthy 19 years later.

This is not hereditary though, as my younger son caused waaaaaaay worse sickness than my older son!!! ;)

Donna - posted on 04/16/2012

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Just count yourself lucky. I felt sick a lot when I was pregnant with my daughter but with my son I was only felt sick one day around 3 months and that was it. I hope you continue to feel well.

Tena - posted on 04/16/2012

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Every pregnancy is different. Now with me I am never sick with boys but let it be a girl and hang on cause it is a bumpy ride.

Sharon - posted on 04/16/2012

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thanks Louise, i have 2 boys and i was very sick on them, maybe I have it the opposite way round to you. lol

Louise - posted on 04/16/2012

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I had no sickness at all with both my boys, but oh boy did I get it bad with my daughter. Every pregnancy is different don't worry.

Deanna - posted on 04/16/2012

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Yes. Each pregnancy is different. Also, with my second, I never started to get sick til around week 11.

Michelle - posted on 04/16/2012

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Every pregnancy is different. I was lucky and never had morning sickness with any of mine.

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