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    Default How many weeks did morning sickness start?

    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

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    For me it started at 6 weeks. No vomiting, just 24/7 nausea. It lasted for 10 weeks and it seemed like forever!

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    It kicked in for me around 6-7 weeks

    I rarely threw up, just spent all day feeling like i was going to.

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    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!

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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.

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    6 weeks both times!

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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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    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

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    Exhausted from 4 weeks. Throwing up from weeks 5-16 then again in the third trimester!!

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    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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