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I am currently 6 weeks and 3 days pregnant. I haven't experienced any morning sickness, but I do feel fatigued and sleep a lot. Additionally, I have mild cramps that only last for a few seconds. Is this normal during pregnancy?
Artificial Intelligence Health Assistant's Answer

It is completely normal to not experience morning sickness during pregnancy. Every woman's body reacts differently to the hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy. While morning sickness is a common symptom, not all women will experience it. Instead of morning sickness, you may be experiencing fatigue and increased sleepiness which are also common in early pregnancy due to the hormonal changes and increased energy demands on your body.

Mild cramping is also considered normal during early pregnancy as long as it is not severe or accompanied by heavy bleeding. These cramps are often caused by the stretching of ligaments and muscles in your uterus as it expands to accommodate the growing baby.

Having a lack of appetite and craving for fruits can be attributed to hormonal changes as well. It's important to listen to your body's cravings and try to maintain a balanced diet with plenty of fruits and other nutritious foods.

However, if you experience severe or persistent cramping, heavy bleeding, or any other concerning symptoms, it is always best to consult with your healthcare provider for further evaluation and guidance. They can provide personalized advice based on your specific situation and help ensure a healthy pregnancy journey for you and your baby.

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Surely your partner Is experiencing it on your behalf, it's called sympathetic pregnancy. 
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Currently 38 weeks and I've never experienced any morning sickness, just started having a crazy heartburn recently, so don't worry about it... 
Am not experiencing any morning sickens should I get worried

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