Saturday, February 10, 2007


Sudden cessation of symptoms this morning. No cramping, no bleeding, but also no nausea. For about a minute I was relieved, then the possible implications dawned on me.

Probably making too much of this, but scared nonetheless.


Blogger ColoradoCoolCats said...

Hi, I completely haphazardly found this blog and CAN NOT stop reading! It strikes me so weird, but something I was MEANT to find. I have two little girls, the second was my MIRACLE, no explanation how she was concieved as I was diagnosed with Premature Ovarian Failure. Anyway, I can't stop thinking about "getting lucky" again, how I crave for another baby, I mean my lil one is only 14 months, but my chances (if there really are any) diminsh by the day it feels. I am so happy for you, from the history I read this is really incredible, you're soooo blessed. How the Lord works is truely mysterious. Olivia is beautiful (from what I saw in April?) Congratulations and THANKS for sharing all this!

10:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, you are making too much of this. The nausea is supposed to go away. But I understand the worry. Jill

10:49 AM  
Anonymous Wavery said...

Bugs, I'm sorry you're a little frightened. It is normal for symptoms to wax and wane. It is normal normal normal. As you know, our bodies are hardly straightforward.

In the meantime, can you try distracting yourself? Perhaps with an open house or five?

11:45 AM  
Blogger Cass said...

Mmmm, distraction. Mmmm, open houses.

I agree with Wavery - symptom change is normal normal normal. Also normal to freak out about it. I am here, hoping as always for things to continue to be normal normal normal. Maybe with a small side of occasional nausea or something for reassurance.

12:53 PM  
Anonymous Jen said...

Aw, crap, sweetie. I'm so sorry your body is freaking you out like that.

I hope that either you start feeling awful again soon (well, you know what I mean) or you get a scan or something ASAP--whatever you need to put your mind at ease.

Let us know--hoping everything is okay.

12:59 PM  
Blogger Thalia said...

If I had much nausea I'd be freaked out if it disappeared, too, but I think everyone is right, it doesn't have to mean anything. Hoping you've got your nice reassuring nausea back.

1:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is normal, dear. Doesn't have to mean a thing. May well be preparation for all the heart-stoppingly frightening things you'll be put through during the teen years.

Any chance you can get a scan to put your mind at rest?


2:18 PM  
Blogger Heather said...

I hope it is nothing other than an early sign of an easy pregnancy.

2:23 PM  
Blogger Millie said...

Maybe the rain has just lulled everything into submission? I'm sorry you're scared but like the others have said, this is very normal.

3:52 PM  
Anonymous Ollie said...

I have found that symptoms come and go a lot, and it is easily one of the scariest things you can go through. Knowing it is normal does NOTHING to help ease your mind, though. I'm hoping it is just a simple break for you, and returns post haste.

I test my nausea frequently. If it's waning, I will go smell something that never fails to make me ill. Like tuna. Gak. If all else fails, can your doctor fit you in for a quickie ultrasound?

7:08 PM  
Anonymous B. Mare said...

I've been sick the whole way through, but my symptoms would occasionally take a day or two off. Normal, normal, normal. Hang in there, I am sure you are going to be fine.

6:48 AM  
Blogger Karen said...

Crap! It absolutely doesn't have to mean a thing. Nausea is supposed to go away between 8 and 10 weeks (though I know plenty of women who didn't start getting morning sickness until 8 weeks). The problem with us infertiles is that we can't just enjoy pregnancy. I hope this means nothing and that it's just you moving on to the next stage of this pregnancy.

6:57 AM  
Blogger Suzanne said...

My nausea started to do that too - was completely gone one day and it freaked me out then returned again the next. As my pregnancy progressed it just started to fade away. Based on my googling research I figured it was just the hormones peaking and my body acclimating. Try not to read too much into it.

7:08 AM  
Anonymous Ollie said...

You realize you DO have to tell us when they come back, right?

7:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank goodness you are experiencing the same thing that I am! I am six weeks this Wednesday and am finding it an extremely easy pregnancy. Fatigue seems to be the only thing that plagues me but I recover after eating. I haven't had any sickness yet and am worried that maybe the baby isn't healthy. My symptoms such as breast tenderness come on really strong some days and nothing on other days! I'm glad I found your site! I know things will be just fine for you!

4:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am about six months along and I too am worried about my non existent nausea. I was so sick for the past week and a half and yesterday and today, nothing! I hope nothing is wrong.

8:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I meant six weeks!! Thats the other thing, my memory is going.

8:47 AM  

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