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    is this how i should feel
    kimwestvirginia posted:
    im eight weeks pregnant. i feel like i have the flu. im constantly nauseted!, headache, feel weak. is this normal? my ob/gyn doctor says welcome to the first trimester of pregnancy. But wow this is not the way i thought pregnancy would feel.
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Normal. Some women experience extreme symptoms while others experience very few. Nausea is normal; I had it pretty much 24/7 for the first 12 weeks of my second pregnancy.
    kimwestvirginia replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    thankyou for responding!
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff replied to kimwestvirginia's response:
    Hi Kim -

    Are you feeling any better? We sure hope so!

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