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    Default How early does morning sickness start?

    Hi,

    I feel like cr@p lately!!! I think I just have a bug or something - prob got it at the PBC expo

    But, DP asked if it could be morning sickness... I don't think I am pregnant. I think we missed our chance this month and if I was preg, it would only be about a week so I don't want to do a test yet - BUT back to my question....

    How soon can you get morning sickness symptoms?? I didn't have any M/S with DS.

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    Once AGAIN I start a thread and NOBODY replies....

    I don't know why I bother...

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    I think it can start as early as 4 weeks. But, it's more likely from 6 weeks when the baby is part of your bloodstream.

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    Mine started at six weeks.

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    I had tiny little waves of nausea at four weeks, but it became more constant at six weeks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Len
    Once AGAIN I start a thread and NOBODY replies....

    I don't know why I bother...

    Aww, don't worry, sometimes it just takes a while for people to respond.

    I don't think mine really started until about 6 weeks. I've heard of people having it a bit earlier but I think it's pretty unlikely before AF is due.

    Goodluck Len

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    i was puking at the taste of toothpaste 6 days after i concieved... and didn't get a positive test til 7 weeks

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    I started feeling nauseous at about 6 weeks, but started at about 7 weeks.

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    I was nauseous from 4 weeks...and then I begin throwing up a few weeks after that for months, and months, and months, and months.

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    I was feeling NQR since about 3 weeks with #3 (boy) and quite unwell with certain smells from 4 weeks, but not till 6 weeks with #1 or #2 (girls).


 

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