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Morning sickness - when did yours start?

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kjh5 Tue 02-Jul-13 11:41:00

I'm five weeks pregnant with my first and was just wondering when other people began experiencing morning sickness, if at all? I've been feeling mildly queasy for the past week since I found out (husband says its psychosomatic) but nothing too bad yet. I have the sore boobs and mild stomach cramps, just looking for some reassurance that its all normal I think!

Locketjuice Tue 02-Jul-13 11:41:49

Pretty much from BFP so about 5/6 weeks I think x

TheFantasticFixit Tue 02-Jul-13 11:43:31

Yup nausea from 5/6 weeks and sick from about 14 to 17 weeks.. Congratulations! thanks

Champagnebubble Tue 02-Jul-13 11:45:03

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MortifiedAdams Tue 02-Jul-13 11:46:06

Im nauseous now, but no vomiting. Am due 9th March by my calculations so 4/5 wks now. Im nervous about the MS starting as I have an 18mo and am worried about when and where the sickness will occur - will it scare her, what do I do with her when I need to run off and vom.

My last pg it started around 6/7 weeks but had totally finished by 11wks, so Im hoping its a short burat again this time.

A poor friend of mine vomited every single day for the whole pregnancy. She couldnt travel in a car as she would just throw up over herself. Totally debilitating and she gained a total of 6lbs during the as she just vommed evrrything up.

roofio87 Tue 02-Jul-13 11:46:36

never got it!! I was worried for ages because people always say its a good sign that the baby is doing well, but I'm 27 weeks now and baby is strong and healthy!!

chickensaladagain Tue 02-Jul-13 11:46:38

A week before my period was due with both dcs and it was violent!

Pascha Tue 02-Jul-13 11:47:06

DS1 not til 11 weeks and then all the way through til birth. DS2 was about 6-14 weeks.

nulgirl Tue 02-Jul-13 11:49:24

It is normal to never get morning sickness.

Smug alert - I've got 2 kids and only ever felt sick one time for a couple of hours so I suspect it may have been greediness rather than ms.

I was very very tired in the first few months but this may have been the fact I was working crazy hours first time round and having a young toddler to look after second time.

kjh5 Tue 02-Jul-13 11:58:50

Thanks! I guess I'm a bit worried because most of my pg friends have suffered really badly, apart from one who didn't have any ms and she miscarried at 7 weeks. So stupidly I'm worried I am not feeling sick enough! I bet I'll regret that sentiment if I start getting it really badly over the next few days/weeks smile Reassuring to hear that not everyone suffers from it though - thanks!

islingtongirl Tue 02-Jul-13 12:04:52

Around 6 weeks and lasted for a couple of weeks - and was lucky, was more just a bit of nausea in the mornings that eased when I ate and I wasn't sick. 32 weeks now and all seems to be fine - so don't worry, as you can see from other posters we don't all get MS!

misskatamari Tue 02-Jul-13 12:07:03

I was feeling queasy at about 4 weeks when I got BFP and mine has got worse since then. Currently 8+3 and i feel sick pretty much all the time and and being sick frequently. Been signed off work as I can barely do anything due to feeling so awful. I get what you mean about worrying if you don't have it though - I felt a bit better yesterday and started worrying if everything was okay. Back to puking today tho so I'm guessing its a yes!

Good luck with your pregnancy and get as much rest as you can. I hope you MS doesn't get too bad. I've been wearing those wristbands for travel sickness which are supposed to help - might be worth trying if it does kick in.

ShadowStorm Tue 02-Jul-13 12:19:29

Never had any morning sickness in either pregnancy, which worried me at first, as I thought everyone did, but apparently a minority of women never get morning sickness.

Lj8893 Tue 02-Jul-13 12:28:55

I was only actually sick once at 10 weeks but nauseous between 6-13 weeks with the odd bit of nausea every now and then even now at 23 weeks.

Gerty1002 Tue 02-Jul-13 12:51:11

Started at about 6 weeks and lasted until about 14/15 weeks, constant nauseau and vomiting at least once a day, sometimes up to 10 times a day. Now at 32 weeks and it has just returned! Lots of people don't suffer much or at all, so don't worry and be grateful smile, it's horrid!

Queazy Tue 02-Jul-13 12:55:50

Mine was at 5 weeks but really kicked in a week later x

Rockchick1984 Tue 02-Jul-13 13:35:47

Never had any with DS, suffered fairly badly from weeks 6-9 then miscarried second pregnancy. Morning sickness or lack thereof doesn't indicate how healthy a pregnancy is!

VelmaDaceDinkley Tue 02-Jul-13 13:42:06

5 weeks. It's still here at 11 weeks.

JustCallMeBaldrick Tue 02-Jul-13 13:44:38

6 till 16 weeks both times here.

Cavort Tue 02-Jul-13 13:46:06

Started at about 6.5 weeks. Lasted until 16 weeks.

AbiElizabeth Tue 02-Jul-13 14:35:17

mine started about 5 weeks was horrible until 11 weeks then felt better for a few days and it came back with a vengeance causing me to have to be hospitalized due to dehydration at 13 weeks.

good luck op grin

BraveLilBear Tue 02-Jul-13 14:44:07

Nausea started around 5 and a half weeks, actual vomming started about two weeks later. Vommed at least once a day (barring Christmas Day and Boxing Day - amazing!) til about 11/12 weeks, then was more sporadic. Had a couple of out of the blue voms at 16 weeks and 20 weeks, but bulk of it was done by 14 weeks or so.

LostMySocks Tue 02-Jul-13 14:45:31

Week 8 to week 14 but also felt really tired at the same time. Suddenly hit 14 weeks and no more sickness and had all my energy back

Lydia161290 Tue 02-Jul-13 17:15:29

Mine started 7/8 weeks and lasted until 15 weeks.

toffeem Tue 02-Jul-13 17:34:31

5 weeks and still here at 33 weeks!!

The vast majority of my friends haven't suffered any sickness so don't get worried if you don't get anything!

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