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21-02-2012 13:44 #21
21-02-2012 13:45 #22
Started at 6 weeks when were on holidays in QLD (missed out on so much yummy food!) and finished around 13 weeks...
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21-02-2012 15:02 #23
With DD1 it started around 8 weeks (the day after I found out), DD2 was 6 weeks (day after I found out), and this one was literally from the day after we conceived.
22-02-2012 08:14 #24
About 5 weeks for all three (throwing up nearly every day, sometimes several times a day) and lasted until around 15 16 weeks for the first two, I am 12 weeks now and hoping that magically it is going to disappear any day now but looks like most have it for longer despite what the baby books say!
22-02-2012 08:26 #25
My first bub I had it from 5 weeks pregnant and threw up prob 2 times a day, This time I just feel like im on a boat all the time.but no spewing yet. and I'm 7 weeks preg
22-02-2012 08:30 #26
DD: 8 weeks
22-02-2012 09:18 #27Senior Member
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Started at about 7 weeks and didn't finish until DD was born at 38 weeks. Threw up at least 5 times a day. Will definitely try some medication if I'm lucky enough to get pregnant again.
27-02-2012 10:38 #28Member
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Hi I've started to have ms now I'm nearly 10 weeks it's only at night but I do get nausea through the day my doctor prescribed b6 vitamin and that helps
27-02-2012 10:39 #29
I felt I'll from about 8 weeks both times. Threw up once both times at about 10 weeks then nothing after.
27-02-2012 10:41 #30
I'm also around the 5 week mark, congrats on your pregnancy.
When I was pregnancy with DD, I also asked these questions. But boy was i sorry coz when I reached 6 weeks, MS hit me with a vengeance and I was sick non-stop until about 13 weeks. I couldn't even keep water down
Good luck for the rest of your pregnancy
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