Morning sickness, if you get it very early is it more likely to get severe?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by joeyjo, Oct 8, 2013.

  1. joeyjo

    joeyjo Mum to 2boys, growing #3

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    I just got a BFP today for number 3. I'm not due AF for another few days & this is our first cycle this time so I'm in shock!

    Only tested as I've had increasing nausea the last few days and was a tiny bit sick today. I had no morning sickness or nausea with DS2 and literally 2 mild feelings of nausea around week 11 with DS1

    I'm scared I'm going to feel terrible for months!
     
  2. dizzyjoo

    dizzyjoo Well-Known Member

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    My morning sickness hit at about 5 weeks and by 6 weeks was full on. It has gotten a bit better but I have good and bad days! With my daughter it was far worse! This one is on a par with my son!
    x
     
  3. KatyW

    KatyW Mom to Nina and Faye

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    I wouldn't worry that that will happen. I'm pregnant with #2, and it started out worse, at the end of 5 weeks and week 6 I could barely eat anything or get off the couch. Now it's much better (week 8) even though it's still here at times. It was just like this with my first pregnancy.
     

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