It is completely normal for pregnancy symptoms to vary from one pregnancy to another. While morning sickness is a common symptom, not experiencing it does not necessarily indicate a problem. Every woman and every pregnancy is different. Some women may have severe morning sickness in one pregnancy but not in another. If you are concerned about the absence of morning sickness, it's always best to consult your healthcare provider who can provide personalized reassurance based on your specific situation. Remember, there are many factors that can influence the severity or absence of morning sickness, such as hormone levels and individual body chemistry. Focus on taking care of yourself by eating a balanced diet, staying hydrated, getting enough rest, and attending regular prenatal check-ups to ensure the well-being of both you and your baby.