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    Made in England is offline thought it was about time I put something other than 'senior member'...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post

    I rarely threw up, just spent all day feeling like i was going to.
    Same. It started about week 5 and really cranked up a gear at 6 weeks. I'm nearly 9 weeks now and still nauseated most of the time, but afternoons are the worst.

    With DD it started about the same time and I threw up a bit more and it lasted until about 15 weeks.

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    Started at 6 weeks when were on holidays in QLD (missed out on so much yummy food!) and finished around 13 weeks...

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    With DD1 it started around 8 weeks (the day after I found out), DD2 was 6 weeks (day after I found out), and this one was literally from the day after we conceived.

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    About 5 weeks for all three (throwing up nearly every day, sometimes several times a day) and lasted until around 15 16 weeks for the first two, I am 12 weeks now and hoping that magically it is going to disappear any day now but looks like most have it for longer despite what the baby books say!

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    My first bub I had it from 5 weeks pregnant and threw up prob 2 times a day, This time I just feel like im on a boat all the time.but no spewing yet. and I'm 7 weeks preg

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    Started at about 7 weeks and didn't finish until DD was born at 38 weeks. Threw up at least 5 times a day. Will definitely try some medication if I'm lucky enough to get pregnant again.

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    Hi I've started to have ms now I'm nearly 10 weeks it's only at night but I do get nausea through the day my doctor prescribed b6 vitamin and that helps

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    I felt I'll from about 8 weeks both times. Threw up once both times at about 10 weeks then nothing after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by summerrose50 View Post
    Hey lovelies

    I am about 5 weeks (first bubs), and haven't yet experienced morning sickness. Only thing i have been experiencing close to morning sickness, is nausea, i feel sick at random times throughout the day, but that's about it!

    Just wanted to know how many weeks some of you ladies were when you first starting having it?

    Thanks! x
    Hello there
    I'm also around the 5 week mark, congrats on your pregnancy.

    When I was pregnancy with DD, I also asked these questions. But boy was i sorry coz when I reached 6 weeks, MS hit me with a vengeance and I was sick non-stop until about 13 weeks. I couldn't even keep water down

    Good luck for the rest of your pregnancy


 

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