Ok me and OH have been TTC since I had a miscarriage mid June. The thing is, I didn't know I was pregnant then, and had a stomach upset a few weeks before where I threw up a few times, I just at that time put it down to something I had eaten but then looking back I wonder if it was an early symptom or not.
Anyways,this morning I woke up, felt fine, got out of bed, got washed, changed etc, then suddenly had to run to the loo and threw my guts up (sorry TMI, hope no one is eating lunch).
That was about an hour ago, and I feel fine now. I've done a cheapy ebay test does anyone think this sounds like an early symptom or just coincidence after what happened to me last time???
With my 2 pregnancies last summer I was naseaus (but not throwing up) a few DPO with the first (seriously!!) and at around 5 or 6 weeks with the 2nd. But with other pregnancies I've had no clue that I'm pregnant.
Could it just be you've eaten something dodgy? Try doing another HPT in a few days - when's AF due?
Well this is the thing, I'm not sure that I even have ovulated because I'm not testing yet (sent off yesterday for OPK and thermometer). Not even sure when AF is due because I don't keep a check of my cycle, but as a guess I would say not till 21 August! (last one was 24 July so assuming 28 days).
Not much help I know but I had a morning of throwing up a couple of weeks ago and had bad nausea this morning also, don't think it was anything I ate as no one else ill but was not pg either - just put it down to the stress of it all!! Maybe that if not PG?
I did read that sickness usually starts 5-6 weeks after implantion but can be sooner, later or never as everyones different.
The only reason that it's got me thinking is because of what happened to me before and because of how it happened - I was fine right before, and fine straight after, and it was so sudden and weird. I haven't felt ill before or since, same as last time (only last time I didnt know I was pg so just assumed it was something I'd eaten, which it could have been even though I was pg).
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