If you have morning sickness when did it start?

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  1. leelee

    leelee Mammy to 2

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    Hi all,

    I am just wondering when your morning sickness started? Mine had started the last time before now. I am feeling queasy but am wondering if I have gotten away with it. (maybe wishful thinking on my part!)
     
  2. SilverWillow

    SilverWillow 1 girl, cooking #2

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    Hi, Mine started at 6 weeks and is just beginning to ease off thank goodness, worst was around the 8/9 week mark. I've had it pretty bad. Hope you will get away with it!
     
  3. AngellXeyesO

    AngellXeyesO Well-Known Member

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    I just found out last tuesday that I am pregnant. They said I was between 3-5. So I am thinking I am five now or even six actually as I have had Ms for a few weeks already. it is actually the reason that I went to the doctors and got the positve test! But I read in a lot of different places that 6weeks is average time to start. Lucky! Only about 50 or so percent of women suffer from ms and it usually goes away by the second tri~!
     
  4. leelee

    leelee Mammy to 2

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    Glad it is wearing off for you now. I really hope I get away with it this time!
     
  5. leelee

    leelee Mammy to 2

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    Am hoping I get away with it this time. It was horrible the last time!
     
  6. LizzyBell

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    Mine started a couple of days ago, bang on 6 weeks. Although, definitely not in the morning, it's all day!
     
  7. leelee

    leelee Mammy to 2

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    Your poor thing. I feel your pain :hugs:
     
  8. lov3hat3

    lov3hat3 Mummy to lil J, Preggo #2

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    mine started when i was about 6/7 weeks :) x
     
  9. wilkie23

    wilkie23 Well-Known Member

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    Mine started around 6th week, no vomiting just really queasy all the time now, unless i'm eating. I'm just praying I get to the 12th week fast as I really don't want to start vomiting this time.
     
  10. Kittee

    Kittee Pregnant with #2!

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    Week 6 and has progressively gotten worse although it can "skip" a day for me. Right now it's pretty awful and I'm 8 weeks.
     
  11. scots_mum

    scots_mum Expecting no2

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    Alot of people saying ms starts at 6 weeks, should i eat what i can this week then before it hits lol
     
  12. leelee

    leelee Mammy to 2

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    I would if I was you. Just to be on the safe side. Lol :)
     
  13. AngellXeyesO

    AngellXeyesO Well-Known Member

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    has anyone tried preggie pops? and know where to buy them. I need to do something for this ms I really, really, really, cannot function like this!
     
  14. Kittee

    Kittee Pregnant with #2!

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    Preggie pops are OK. They are JUST sour candies though. So you can save yourself a ton of money by just buying some type of regular sour candy! :)

    Ginger candy works too btw and cinnamon!
     
  15. SLS

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    mine started at about 6 weeks and was just nausea 24/7 for 2 weeks, I thought it was easing but I was actually sick last night - gagged when I was cleaning my teeth and then just couldnt stop ! EWWWW
    Really hope it was a one off and that it isnt going to carry on.
    Just about to tuck into a snickers so we will soon find out !

    xxx
     
  16. gray83

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    my sickness started at week 6, i am 8+3 weeks now and all day nausea and vomitting is horrendous. my husband bought me sea bands and dextrose tablets yesterday. they seem to be helping although the smell of food cooking still makes me vomit!! pretty much live in my bed. :wacko:
     
  17. bnt2010

    bnt2010 Well-Known Member

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    Mine started with extreme all day nausea in my 5th week, then eased up to just feeling nauseous before I ate in the morning in my 7th week. I hit 10 weeks yesterday and threw up off and on all day and night... so I guess it's getting worse :(
     
  18. shorty2k8

    shorty2k8 1 son ttc #2

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    I am 10+4 and havent really experience sickness as yet..... had a few times where i felt rough but not neccassarily sick. feel a little sickly at the moment but think thats nerves cus i have an interview in jst over an hour eek!!

    hehe, im so glad to not have had any yet and dont want any either, lol! really hope it dont start late for me!

    xxx
     
  19. Vicki_g

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    I felt really awful from week 6 until week 10, when it started to ease off, along with the crippling fatigue. Mine was terrible nausea but by some miracle I've made it to 12 and a half weeks without being sick. Things that helped me:

    1. Eat whatever you can muster - ginger nut biscuits, grapes, satsumas, cheese and biscuits etc. Little and often.
    2. Drink plenty, especially if you're puking - I survived on cold water with lime cordial as it was really refreshing
    3. From the minute I wore my Sea Bands I felt a lot better. A few £ from Boots and they saved my career!
    4. Sleep as often as poss for as long as poss. If you're asleep, you can't feel anything!
    5. I couldn't sleep at work (obviously) so I discovered the disabled toilet (fortunately we don't have anyone here with any disability that would need it) and would sit in there for 20 mins or so if I was having a bad day. Literally just curled up on the floor. Not glamorous but a little rest helped.
    6. Take a pregnancy multivitamin - I take Pregnacare and I really feel a lot better on the days when I do take it than when I forget. It also means that you and the bub are getting what you need whilst your diet's not so hot.

    My nausea has been on and off since week 10. This week it seems to have reappeared but I reckon I'm not eating enough, or as regularly, and that's making it worse.
     
  20. Kittee

    Kittee Pregnant with #2!

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    I second what Vicki has said above. If you "forget" to snack, the sickness is 10x worse.
     

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