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Too early for morning sickness?

(16 Posts)
feelingprettyrough Sun 31-Aug-08 21:54:40

Just wondering how early people started having symptoms really.

I can't test for another week, so I could just be imagining all of this...but I've been feeling really quite grotty for the past couple of days. I have had heartburn/nausea and have thrown up once; is it too early for me to be suffering from morning sickness?

My mum had very bad sickness in both her pregnancies so am a bit worried.
Thanks!

callmeovercautious Sun 31-Aug-08 22:10:44

Is this your first? With DD I was caught out a bit and for the first time in 2 years had not tested asap. However it was Christmas and Newyear and suprisingly I did not fancy too much to drink and felt a bit rough. Family were staying here so I just got on with it iykwim. Almost as soon as I tested and got a positive I felt odd, then at 6w it kicked in full style grin

feelingprettyrough Mon 01-Sep-08 08:47:57

Yes this would be my first thanks for the reassurance

cathym Mon 01-Sep-08 12:48:30

With my second pregnancy I had sickness and that disgusting metalic taste in my mouth as soon as I had conceived. Weirdly I felt a lot better by the time I got my positive result.

katz Mon 01-Sep-08 12:53:28

with my first i started being sick a couple of days before my period would have been due and with my second i was being sick within a day of conceiving, both times i went on to have hyperemesis.

feelingprettyrough Mon 01-Sep-08 13:43:55

Thanks guys. My mum had hyperemesis with both her pregnancies so I guess I'm probably heading down that road too ...sorry to hear you suffered from it too Katz

dan39 Mon 01-Sep-08 14:37:49

Hi _ i had constipation and didn't fancy alcohol from conception - tested positive 2 weeks later on day AF due! Would not have believed it if I hadn't experienced it so its a very good question to ask here...good luck with it.smile

dan39 Mon 01-Sep-08 14:40:35

BTW didn't have dreadful sickness following this - just nausea when hungry. Its my first too but second pregnancy as miscarried the month before - its hard when you don't know what to expect isn't it?? I did recognise the constipation from the first time. Also the first time I felt much, much worse.

PussinJimmyChoos Mon 01-Sep-08 14:42:36

Interesting thread..am ttc no 2 and due 10th sept..however, the last few days have had niggling pains very low in my left side and sneezing a lot...sounds weird but I sneezed a lot with DS....am sure its far to early for symptoms and am annoyed with self for thinking like that as its only the first cycle of ttc so will be very surprised if even get pg!

WobblyPig Mon 01-Sep-08 14:46:03

Oh PIJC just positive yesterday, before missed AF. Also sneezing a lot with no other cold symptoms. Also slightly nauseous.

PIJC, I have low niggly left side pains and feel sicky/crappy.

Have a 6 month old and really hoping I'm not pg.

Wish I hadn't clicked on this now. grin

feelingprettyrough Mon 01-Sep-08 14:51:20

sorry to hear about your miscarriage dan39, congtatulations on your pregnancy though and good luck pussinjimmychoos
I am still feeling very nauseous and thought I'd make myself a nice lunch to cheer me up and then found that every food I looked at just made me feel less like eating !

PussinJimmyChoos Mon 01-Sep-08 14:52:53

Wobbly - interesting about the sneezing isn't it!!

Wild Things - do a test asap! grin

I'm sure I'm just imagining things and will be sad when af arrives! Must not get obsessed!!

feelingprettyrough Mon 01-Sep-08 16:00:16

Here's hoping we all get the results we're hoping for!

titmouse Mon 01-Sep-08 19:02:12

I've been feeling nauseous since 5 days before my last period, I'm 11 weeks now. Hoping it goes soon, it has lessened off already but looking forward to it going.

feelingprettyrough Tue 02-Sep-08 08:51:21

Congratulations on your pregnancy titmouse I hope you feel better soon

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