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?
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17-02-2012 20:48 #1
How many weeks did morning sickness start?
17-02-2012 20:51 #2
For me it started at 6 weeks. No vomiting, just 24/7 nausea. It lasted for 10 weeks and it seemed like forever!
17-02-2012 20:52 #3
It kicked in for me around 6-7 weeks
I rarely threw up, just spent all day feeling like i was going to.
17-02-2012 20:54 #4
Same as diamond eyes. It was probably 7 weeks for me....didn't vomit but sure felt like it. Oh and extremely exhausted all the time!
17-02-2012 20:54 #5Senior Member
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First time it started at exactly 6 weeks, and ended at 18 weeks. Constant nausea but only vomiting once a day max.
This time it started 5w, 3d and it's still going at 11 weeks.
17-02-2012 21:01 #6
6 weeks both times!
17-02-2012 21:14 #7Senior Member
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Mine started at 3 weeks with my first hospitalization at 6 weeks!! I was terribly ill though Lasted until 20 weeks then came back at 32 weeks
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17-02-2012 21:17 #8
I didn't have any with my first and this time around its been from weeks 5-7 (currently 10.5) and I haven't had any since. Though some foods can trigger me every now and again x
17-02-2012 21:21 #9
Exhausted from 4 weeks. Throwing up from weeks 5-16 then again in the third trimester!!
17-02-2012 21:22 #10
Thankyou so much for all your comments
Hopefully i'll be in the same boat as some of you ladies where i don't experience vomiting as much .
I actually tend to feel more queasy around the afternoon/night, it's not strong though. I read that eating small meals throughout the day will help? As well as drinking lots of water.
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