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When did your sickness start?

(21 Posts)
BumpNGrind Mon 17-Feb-14 17:06:43

For those of you who suffered (morning!) sickness, how far gone were you when it started?

Banana82 Mon 17-Feb-14 17:18:09

Mine hit properly at about 8 weeks. Along with the constant feeling of nausea!

MissYamabuki Mon 17-Feb-14 17:24:54

Dd: 5 weeks -had hyperemesis though sad
this time around: 8 weeks, "just" morning sickness. It's a boy apparently smile

StupidMistakes Mon 17-Feb-14 17:29:57

about 5 weeks gone, but it hit my now ex husband harder and mine was concentrated at between 1 and 2 in the morning and was just the sicky feeling rather than actually being sick why the twunt felt the need to wake me at 1 am to say he felt sick and therefore make me suffer I don't know

TheRaniOfYawn Mon 17-Feb-14 17:32:28

At about 6 weeks both times.

SweetPea86 Mon 17-Feb-14 17:37:42

I started feeling sick around four weeks by week 5 sick every day all day, don't no were they got the term morning from lol

weebairn Mon 17-Feb-14 18:25:44

1st pregnancy 7 weeks
2nd pregnancy 5 weeks

atomicyoghurt Mon 17-Feb-14 18:28:23

3 pregnancies and all three it was between week 6 and week 7 and lasted till about week 22.

17leftfeet Mon 17-Feb-14 18:33:03

2 dcs

I was sick before my period was late both times and carried on for 20-22 weeks

I don't like being pregnant!

Heatherbell1978 Mon 17-Feb-14 19:00:31

Mine started around 5 weeks but was more nausea than actual sickness. Every morning I'd just gag for ages bringing up saliva, weird. I'm now 14.5 weeks and for the last 2 weeks I've felt much better so hoping I'm over the worst x

AFergie Mon 17-Feb-14 19:04:22

5 weeks until 14 weeks with a high peek between 7 and 9 weeks.
Ugh it was awful ! It seriously calmed down at 12 weeks and by 14 weeks it was gone.

Good luck !!

Halfling Mon 17-Feb-14 19:10:47

At around 6 weeks, both the times. I had hyperemesis during both the pregnancies, so by 2 months I was vomiting 20+ times a day. It got better sometime in the middle of the second trimester.

Misty9 Mon 17-Feb-14 19:33:47

6 weeks on the dot for this pregnancy. Didn't have it with ds. Lasted for 10 awful, soul destroying weeks. Is almost a distant memory at 33wks now, but I definitely won't be going through it again.

MummyPig24 Mon 17-Feb-14 19:38:37

About 6 weeks this time (dc3) and lasted till 17 weeks.

DownstairsMixUp Mon 17-Feb-14 19:42:41

1st no sickness.

This one started at about 7 weeks. It's stopping now (i'm 11 weeks)

WhatHaveIDone75 Mon 17-Feb-14 20:08:15

1st pg late 7 weeks until 15 weeks.

This pg 5 weeks and counting... sooooo bleurgh. Worse in the morning when (thankfully?) there's nothing in my stomach!

ImMarmite Mon 17-Feb-14 20:10:43

12 weeks till about 15 weeks

AWimbaWay Mon 17-Feb-14 20:14:04

I did a pregnancy test because I felt sick in all three of my pregnancies, my period wasn't late yet. I've been told that's odd as the hormones that cause sickness don't kick in until later, well they certainly kicked in earlier with me, and went on until about 15 weeks, as it would appear they did with 17leftfeet. I also don't like being pregnant.

HandragsNGladbags Mon 17-Feb-14 20:19:01

DC3 4 weeks and 2 days - seriously! Got the positive on the Sunday, nausea started on the Tuesday. Stopped around 14 weeks.

DC1 got nothing, DC2 from about 6 weeks to 20. Bleurgh.

eurochick Mon 17-Feb-14 22:35:00

Not until about 9 weeks. Seems to be easing around 12. I had food aversions before that though without actually feeling generally nauseous.

Missingcaffeine Mon 17-Feb-14 23:25:19

5 weeks 4 days. Then nausea steadily got worse in severity. I'm now 8 + 2. I've only vomitted once, but constant nausea every day, and lots of nearly vomitting! I'm hoping it starts to ease soon.

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