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When does morning sickness start?

By December 13, 2013

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Morning Sickness

Morning sickness is the pregnancy symptom that most people this about when they think about pregnancy. It seems to be the universal sign for: "I'm pregnant!" That said, not all moms will experience morning sickness. Some women will experience nausea only, the feeling of wanting to throw up but being unable, and yet others, experience all day, violent vomiting known as hyperemesis. The vast majority of moms will experience a bit of nausea and vomiting that is usually limited to the first trimester.

The big question is often, when can you expect to start feeling ill? Many moms begin to worry as soon as they have a positive pregnancy test and they still feel normal. If you talk to a lot of pregnant women, they will tell you that it often takes a few weeks to start feeling queasy. Many moms would report that the sixth week of pregnancy is a common time to begin feeling morning sickness. (Obviously there are some who started sooner, and some who started later.)

When did you first feel morning sickness?

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December 23, 2013 at 3:05 pm
(1) Carly says:

Mine began at 4 weeks

December 24, 2013 at 8:19 am
(2) pregnancy says:

That’s early and makes for a very long first trimester!

December 24, 2013 at 9:47 am
(3) pain in upper abdomen says:

Extreme tummy cramps and also diarrhoea that will make you are feeling quite i’ll (for case, leading to chills or perhaps a fever) could possibly be as a result of much more serious an infection, such as meals poisoning. Which generally gets much better on its own with no treatment.

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