6 weeks pregnant mother

I am 6 week preganant did not vomiting.

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Hi! Every pregnancy is different and so are the symptoms, its not necessary to face the same challenges during pregnancy, count your blessing that you are not feeling nauseated or vomiting. Its good there is nothing to be worried about. Enjoy your days and good luck!
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    Mageswari S43 days ago

    Thank u

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