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madcol Thu 24-Jul-08 10:39:14

How early can morning sickness start? Anyone know or have any experience or very early nausea?

ObsidianBlackbirdMcNight Thu 24-Jul-08 12:20:53

usually 6 weeks but can be as early as 3-4 weeks (ie immediately after implantation)

hannah001 Thu 24-Jul-08 12:34:47

mine started at 5 weeks this time - which I'm sure was due to carrying twins.

WorzselMummage Thu 24-Jul-08 13:01:47

with my last 2 pregnancies i have had waves of nausea before 4 weeks but not actually been sick till about 6.

pookies Thu 24-Jul-08 13:19:38

This is my 1st pregnancy and was feeling nauseous from the 3rd week. Morning sickness didn't kick in until I was 6 weeks pregnant

wasabipeanut Thu 24-Jul-08 13:21:58

Random mild nausea started at between 3 & 4 weeks although I didn't realise what it was then. Morning sickness proper kicked in at about 5 weeks.

EffiePerine Thu 24-Jul-08 13:28:36

about 4 weeks here

but only bad after about 6 weeks

madcol Thu 24-Jul-08 14:15:41

So is it possible to have pregnancy-asscoatied mild nausea if not morning sickness - with a negative pregnancy test?

hanaflower Thu 24-Jul-08 14:16:22

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

pookies Thu 24-Jul-08 14:33:40

my mother had her morning sickness from 2 weeks and it didnt stop for months! so glad i'm not throwing up anymore... well not very often anyways

ObsidianBlackbirdMcNight Thu 24-Jul-08 14:36:17

how long after missed period are you? you won't experience morning sickness until zygote implants as that is when you start to produce HCG. Zygotye can implant 7 days after conception (but that's early) and it takes a while for HCG levels to rise enough to affect you, taking you to a time after your period would have been due.
Feeling nauseous around or after the time period is due could be preg related but is by no means a sure sign.

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