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    it was the morning sickness that alerted me I was pregnant so 4 weeks!

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    I'm an odd ball I think! I got morning/all day/ forever sickness (haha) on day 1 of week 14 n continued rigorously until week 33!

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    Nausea from 5 1/2 weeks, vomiting from about 6 1/2 weeks. I'm 17 weeks now, and still vomit if I go more than a day without taking ondansetron. Am HOPING it will disappear, or at least lessen, soon.

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    I'm 10 weeks and it's just started this week. Mainly at night.
    I like it because now I finally feel pregnant!

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    Week 6 to 14 approx.. It was 4 years ago so I don't really remember.. I remember it was absolute hell though!

    ***Happy to be a Mummy & Daddy of ONE! :-) ***

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    6 weekish mark...still going strong at 16 weeks...

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    I didn't get morning sickness with either pregnancy

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    It started at 5.5weeks for me......peaked at 8.5 weeks - 12 weeks. I am almost 13 weeks now and I feel like it has started to ease just in the last day or so. I have probably just jinxed myself in saying that!!

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    For everyone is different some lucky people don't get it at all some only mild. Mine stared early i wasn't aware i was pregnant to start with. I say i was 5/6 weeks and i got it all times of the day sometimes all day or half the day even at night or randomly through the day at certain points. You may not get it, it's not something you want.

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    7 weeks this time...*glares*


 

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