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    12 WEEKS PREGNANT
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    MADENZ posted:
    I'm 12 weeks pregnant right now, approaching 2nd trimester. I did not experienced any morning sickness, is it normal? is my pregnancy healthy even i don't experienced morning sickness?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You're fine. Some women experience every symptom in the book while others don't. There is a regular poster on WebMD who had no symptoms when she was pregnant with twins.
     
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    kim12579 responded:
    I am 13w pg with my 3rd child. I have never had the first problem with MS for any of my pregnancies. BTW, all of my pg have been completely normal.

    Personally, I'm just very thankful that I don't have to deal with that!

    ~Kimberly
    DS - 8, DD - 6, EDD 10/16/2013 (Green Team)


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