in Baby Health During Pregnancy by anonymous
I am currently in my 6th week of pregnancy and I have not experienced any morning sickness or vomiting. Is this a good or bad sign? Can the absence of these symptoms affect my baby's growth?
Artificial Intelligence Health Assistant's Answer

The presence or absence of morning sickness and vomiting can vary from woman to woman during pregnancy. While many women do experience these symptoms, there are also those who don't. Not having morning sickness or vomiting in the 6th week is not necessarily a cause for concern.

Morning sickness is believed to be caused by hormonal changes in the body, particularly an increase in human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) levels. However, every woman's body reacts differently to these hormonal changes, which is why some may experience more severe symptoms while others may have none at all.

The absence of morning sickness does not indicate that there is something wrong with your pregnancy or that your baby's growth will be affected. It is important to remember that every pregnancy is unique and individual experiences can vary.

If you are concerned about the lack of morning sickness, it is always best to consult with your healthcare provider. They can provide reassurance and answer any specific questions you may have based on your personal health history.

It's worth noting that while morning sickness can be uncomfortable, it does not play a direct role in the development and growth of your baby. The most important factors for your baby's growth are proper nutrition, prenatal care, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle throughout your pregnancy.

In conclusion, if you are not experiencing morning sickness or vomiting in the 6th week of pregnancy, it does not necessarily indicate a problem with your baby's growth. However, if you have any concerns or questions about your specific situation, it is always best to consult with your healthcare provider for personalized advice and guidance.

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by anonymous

Not all women get morning sickness. It all just depends on your body itself. 

Most pregnant women do yes. But there is also women who don't. Its normal. Doesn't harm you or your little one. At all. 

by anonymous
Thank u jay:)))
by anonymous
I am 18 weeks 3 days pregnant. Didn't suffer from vommiting. But between week 6 and 12, I got off some foods. My appetite went down. I couldn't eat most of the foods I used to like anymore. Not everyone suffers from morning sickness.
by anonymous
Its normal dear mostly when you are having a boy... I have noticed most people don't safer from morning sickness
I never had morning sickness with either of my babies, this time around ( fresh outta the gates) I'm feeling it it's different for everyone and even each pregnancy! While symptoms are a strong indication that your pregnant some women ( like me) never have any really I did develop a disgust for the smell of coffee body odor and cigarettes but nothing that made me sick feeling and those are good things to steer clear of anyways!
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I haven't had a symptom 1 and I'm 15 weeks n my baby is healthy and beyond growin ..  So no the answer is no. Some women suffer from all symptoms and have horrible pregnancy.... Others a little and have a so so pregnacy... N some none at all a great pregnacy....  I will tell you this..  Most women who have no symptoms is most likely a boy... They say girls create a double take in hormone Level which causes moms to be very sick...  So I dunno... But your good I can assure you that much. Good luck

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