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    #1, morning sickness until 14wks
    #2, hyperemesis until 26wks
    #3, hyperemesis until 19wks. I'm almost 21wks now. I wouldn't say it's completely gone as I'm still nauseous throughout the day but I'm not vomiting anymore. I had weeks where it tapered off but it came straight back.

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    I had morning sickness up to about 16weeks had a few days of nausea a couple of weeks ago but was nothing compared to the 16 weeks.

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    I was very very lucky with my first three babies, I had next to no sickness.. This pregnancy on the other hand is very different. I had start the sickness around the 4-5 week mark and I only really stopped in the last 1-2 weeks I am now 16+2 weeks pregnant

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    I had morning (all day) sickness til 14 weeks then suddenly felt better one morning. After that I was only queasy on & off throughout the rest of my pregnancy. But I was sick a few times during labour.

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    At 28 weeks with first, rather bad sll the way....with second - the while pteg

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    Sorry...with second it was the full pregnancy but heaps milder the whole time!

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    I had all day sickness until 14 weeks, now at 34 weeks I still vomit every morning, but the nausea has pretty much gone apart from occasionally. So the morning spew is bearable because I feel ok most of the time.

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    I had it until 14 weeks with my first. I'm now 12 weeks and it's milder but still there

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    First pregnancy 18 weeks this time I'm. Currently 34 weeks and still have morning sickness, I don't think it will go away this time lol

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    Started at 6ish weeks and lasted until 13 ish. All day, off and on, vomiting three or four times

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