Doc, I’m pregnant, but how come I don’t feel anything? I just feel stomach cramps. I don’t experience nausea or vomiting like pregnant women, is it normal?
Originally posted 2020-04-14 08:36:22.
Hello Vina, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Complaints of nausea-vomiting in women who are pregnant do appear quite often, especially in early pregnancy due to the presence of pregnancy hormone (beta hCG) which is greatly increased.
However, in some other pregnant women, the increase in pregnancy hormones does not trigger the emergence of complaints of nausea and vomiting and this is a natural thing as long as pregnancy remains in good condition.
Therefore, the presence of nausea-vomiting during pregnancy is not an indicator / reference that the pregnancy is still ongoing or the pregnancy is in good condition and is very reasonable if some people do not experience it during pregnancy.
Because your current condition is quite good, it is highly recommended that you continue to consume sufficiently nutritious and balanced foods, take supplements as directed by your doctor, and carry out routine pregnancy checks according to the schedule.
I hope this helps.