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Nausea before period

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lazyeye · 01/10/2003 12:14

Does anyone get this? I have found that a week or so before my period coming on I can feel quite sick, so am half convincing myself I could be pregnant when - bingo on comes my period. Strangely, its worse first thing in the morning as well.......

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Sonnet · 01/10/2003 12:32

I'm the same - and I'm not TTC......

I just feel nauseaus in the morning...I put it down to a rise in hormones(?)
Must ne annoying if you are TTC and are wondering if this month is the lucky month

Good Luck
S XX

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boyandgirl · 01/10/2003 13:38

Yeah, me too. Yuck. But only recently - before I ever had a baby I only felt sick during periods, not before them (I got totally ratty and big-boobed instead). So it probably is something to do with hormones changing.

Good luck

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yoko · 01/10/2003 20:43

i cant believe this thread as i was just about to post exactly this.ever since having my ds 4 yrs ago i suffer from a week of "morning sickness"before each period,its really awful isnt it?i get that horrid dizzy sick thing it lasts all day,some days i cant drive,and occasionally i am sick,i also can only bear to eat toast.its just like being pregnant!i actually went to the gp who was really dismissive,and so i just put it down to hormones too.

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bluecow · 01/10/2003 21:03

Yes I had that in June for the first time. Got pg in July so nausea all day now!

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sb34 · 02/10/2003 00:15

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