Can all pregnancy symptoms be strongest in the morning?
I was just wondering out of curiosity more than anything - I know that nausea can often be worse in the morning and am assuming that's cos the hormones are highest then due to not going to the loo and not drinking for the past 7-8 hours. Are other pregnancy symptoms also strongest then?
I am TTC and have a few symptoms - boobs getting tender especially around the armpit area, being really thirsty, and needing the loo, and they all seem stronger in the morning. I dunno if I am pregnant as I'm only 6dpo, although I had what may have been implantation bleeding on 4dpo, and I've also been having very strange cramps/twinges that I've never felt before.
But yeh, I'm just wondering out of curiosity! Thanks!!
My nausea is normally worse in the morning and BBs are more sore at night. so its not just morning symptoms for me.
Oh right! I find it all very interesting, cos alot of people have 'evening sickness' or afternoon sickness' as opposed to 'morning sickness' - I wonder what causes the timings? Maybe it's when in the day the baby does most of it's developing?
Originally Posted by XfairyhopesX
ive also had some strange crampy twinges today but only in the morning... good thread xx
Mine have been quite localised and sharp at times, particularly the day before, the day of, and the day after, the tiny bit of bleeding I had which might have been implantation. Hopefully these twinges will be good signs for both of us!
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