Should I be concerned if morning sickness suddenly declines at 8 weeks? I am also starting to have more energy and not feeling pregnant. I already had 2 scans and I don't want to have a third if it's not necessary.

Morning sickness is very variable-sometimes it stops after a few days of nausea at 6 weeks; more frequently it gets better by 11 weeks; rarely it can continue throughout the whole of pregnancy. You usually have more energy when the sickness stops, for obvious reasons. If the scans have been OK, and you've had no vaginal bleeding or cramps, the chances are that everything is going normally.
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