Morning Sickness If No Fetal Pole

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Tammy - March 28

Can you still have morning sickness if there no fetal pole at 10 weeks?

 

Alison - March 29

When I had my blighted ovum I was still having nasuea/sickness in the mornings when it was discovered and even in the week following my miscarriage. My hormones took a week or two to go down to "0" so I guess that was why (annoying since they weren't increasing enough in the first place! Talk about ironic...) So I would say you still can. I've been told the hormones don't come from the baby itself (I think what I was told was they some from the sac or the placenta tissue I can't remember which) but it's horrible if you've been told your baby's not there and yet you still have sickness I hated it as it felt like it was just "rubbing it in" if you know what I mean. It should wear off soon though as your hormones reduce to "0" I'm so so sorry and am thinking of you Tammy xxx

 

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