Mine started a little before 6 weeks and was pretty bad for a few weeks, couldn't really keep anything down. Now it is like an all day queasiness. It is worse if I let myself get hungry so I'm constantly trying to eat. Hang in there and try to find what makes you feel better.
i found out at about the same point you are at now...i started to get sick around 4 weeks. I was sick everyday for a while but now I'm starting to feel a little bit better. The prenatal vitamins really make me feel awful.
6weeks and just starting to fade at 14. Most people are better by 12 though!
Make sure you never have an empty tummy! Find anything you feel like eating, within reason, and eat! Concentrate on all the positive things about having a baby and the time will pass. First two weeks is the hardest with m/s and it does start testing a bit better each week! You will forget about it by the second tri! Not long!
5.4 weeks..I don't vomit but I get too nauseous and it's worse when my tummy is empty.. Someone here just put nail polish on and I'm feel soooooooooo queasy!! Hope I don't vomit all over the pretty sofas around me haha
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