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    Default Morning sickness

    How many weeks pregnant were you when morning sickness started? (If you had it). I think I am about 5 -6 weeks and feeling it already. But I'm pretty sure with my other children it started at 7 weeks. :/ I'm wondering if I might be further along than I think I am..

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    I'm 14 weeks now mine started at 5 weeks was terrible and I was in hospital twice for dehyration, it eased up about a week ago.
    Good luck

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    4 weeks with dd. It was immediately several times a day.

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    Ahh so this is about right then. Bummer lol. Why can't I be one of those women who don't know that they're pregnant until they're about 5 months along? At least then I'd have to accept it and the whole thing wouldn't feel so long. I hate this part. I'm almost constantly queasy and hungry at the same time. I just started a 90 minute per day work out regime, it's been a month and I was smashing it. Now I'm so tired and blah, I just can't be bothered. Meh.. :/

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    Start of week 7 all day nausea until beginning of week 12

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    3wks to 14wks with ds1
    5wks to 26wks (hg) with ds2
    6wks to 20wks (hg) with this one

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    Can start as early as 4 weeks and did with me this time round

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    Usually from about 4 weeks and pretty much from conception with my daughter

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    Mine started at about 6 weeks, vomiting daily through to about 18 weeks, 27 weeks now and still nauseous with periodic vomiting still! First bub, will be glad when she or he is out!!

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    Mine started at 4 weeks, and I didn't start throwing up until 9 weeks on the dot. so far only two days in a row of voms, hoping that was it, but constant nausea from waking to sleep, and it's there as soon as I wake up to pee in the night too.

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