Well I was on here a few weeks ago moaning about my lack of morning sickness. As assured by some posters, I did go on to develop it Think I got lucky as it seemed mild, never actually vomited.
Anyway I am 10+5 now (officially, though I think I'm 11w today). Haven't felt sick for the last few days. Have had a cold which may be disguising it. So, stopping morning sickness at 10w - early, late, normal? Thanks.
There is no normal I don't think. I felt nauseous from 7 weeks and then threw up every morning and evening until 16 weeks. My SIL was as sick as a dog thoughout her PG and my friend never had a single symptom at all in her PG. I did read that your hormone levels start to drop at around 10 weeks when the placenta begins to take over, so if there is a normal time to stop feeling sick I guess it would be then! Hope it doesnt return for you.
Like has been said, there is no "normal" when it comes to pregnancy. Everyone is different but mine stopped at around 9 weeks. I am still sick on and off, maybe once every 8-10 days now and I am 17+2. Fingers crossed for you that it stays away for good but make the most of feeling good while you can. x
Mine started around 5 weeks, I was physically sick for around 5 weeks - morning, noon and night. Then at 10 weeks it all stopped! Having had a MMC previously I was a little worried however the 12wk scan was fine.
I'm now 15 weeks and it's started to return along with banging headaches all day every day
Currently 14+6 with my DC1, I was both lucky & cursed with morning sickness - I suffered with it from 6 weeks & was constantly nauseous but only ever sick twice which made me feel awful because I had that "if I could just be sick I'd feel so much better" feeling. Luckily it subsided at 13 weeks & now I only feel sick every now & then.