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A 20-year-old female asked:

i think i'm about 6 weeks pregnant but i don't have morning sickness.. is this normal?

3 doctor answers4 doctors weighed in
Dr. Jon Ahrendsen
Family Medicine 39 years experience
It can be: Not every woman has morning sickness to the same degree or duration.
Dr. Albert Pizzo
Family Medicine 60 years experience
Morning sickness: Yes, it can happen that way. Have you done a pregnancy test?
Dr. Warren Wolfe
Family Medicine 58 years experience
Yes: You know the old adage, "different strokes for different people".Not all pregnant women suffer from morning sickness this early in the pregnancy. You are lucky, but you have many more weeks to go so don't count your blessings yet.

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A 21-year-old female asked:

Exactly 6 weeks pregnant. Still no morning sickness! Should I be worried?

1 doctor answer4 doctors weighed in
Dr. Linda Gromko
Family Medicine 48 years experience
Varies greatly!: Some women have morning sickness so severe they must be hospitalized. Other women have none at all! I wouldn't be surprised if you are having other symptoms, like fatigue or breast tenderness. But any worry can be addressed by having a pelvic ultrasound. Generally, a pregnancy is visible on ultrasound by six weeks. Talk with your health care provider, and get some reassurance. Good luck. LGromkoMD

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