Post # 1
So i will be 9 weeks on Wednesday and have yet to experience any real MS (knock on wood). What are the odds that I am out of woods for morning sickness? I am sort of hoping that at nine weeks, if I was going to get sick, I probably would have already started but I have also read that at nine weeks hormones start running wild again.
Post # 3
I had moderate morning sickness until 10 weeks, then it became severe and lasted until 19 weeks and has lessened a lot in severity. I do think it can worsen around 10 weeks, at least that’s what I’ve heard, but I doubt you’ll go from nothing to really severe MS.
Post # 4
I’m 11 weeks and haven’t had any m/s, you could be one of the ones that gets by without being sick.
Post # 5
I never had any! Hope you are one of the lucky ones!
Post # 6
You might just get lucky 🙂 my Future Sister-In-Law just gave birth and never had any morning sickness. Only once did she randomly feel sick and throw up, after she ate too much. So good luck to you!
Post # 7
I never had morning sickness…. you could be a lucky girl!! Hoping the nest for you!
Post # 8
I have never been preggers, but have a question for you ladies that did experience morning sickness. For those of you that vomit, do you sense far enough ahead of time to get to a sink/toilet or is it more of a surprise? I am just curious because I work with children and wondered how I might deal with that if I were to ever get blessed with a pregnancy. Thanks girls (and OP…for letting me semi-threadjack).
Post # 9
@Danielle81: Mine really ramped up around 8-9 weeks, but hopefully you’ll just be one of the lucky ones. I can usually head mine off by making sure to always have something in my stomach, but not eating too much at a time.
I’ve never not been able to get to a toilet in time, but I know that’s not always the case. This morning I had a close call–it came up fast, and I had to hold it in my mouth until I could get to a toilet–and then spent the next 5 minutes hunched over it. But I usually go from being queasy to “oh my god I need to vomit” slow enough that I can make it to a proper receptacle in time.
Post # 10
Mine was absolutely bad by that point, so maybe you’ll skip it! Fingers crossed for you!
I WAS unable to get to a toilet in time, but then again mine was REALLY severe. DH has now cleaned up so much puke out of our house, he jokes that baby spit up will be a cakewalk after me.
My best advice is, if you even THINK you’re going to throw up, then GO. My problem was usually that I stopped to consider how serious my body was, and that used up all of my spare time. One bad time I got banana pancake vomit all over the carpet, wall, bathroom mirror and counter. That was probably 4-5 months ago, and I still haven’t eaten banana pancakes since then…
Post # 11
I get a really gross feeling and I know when I am going to hurl. Usually I go to the washroom and then stand there for a minuite and then I start hurling :S So much fun… Not.
Post # 12
@Mrs Sarah McK:
Glad to hear that you’ve been able to make it to a receptacle on time for the most part. I just wonder what I’d do with my students during that time…I guess I’d send them back to their homeroom, while I clean up after myself?!
Holy cow! It sounds like your bouts with morning sickness have been the pits. I don’t blame you for NEVER wanting to eat banana pancakes again!
Post # 13
I’m in my twelveth week, and I haven’t had any morning sickness yet either. If I let my belly get empty, I start feeling a little yucky, but nothing crazy. My big symptoms have been fatigue and headaches.
Post # 14
Mine was at its worst between 9 and 12 weeks, so you just might miss it completely!
I was so sick 24/7 that I constantly felt like I was going to throw up. The only indication I had that I really was going to was that my mouth would fill with saliva about 30 seconds beforehand and I could make it to the toilet.
Post # 15
Im not pregnant but I have a VERY weak stomach and I know that saliva build-up you’re talking about:)
You preggo ladies are awesome for going through all of this! Best wishes to you all 🙂 OP you’re very luck so far!! I hope I too can be blessed enough to be pregnant very soon (sans the m/s!)
Post # 16
My doctor told me that it usually peaks around 11 weeks. Hopefully if you haven’t had any MS yet, you’re just not going to experience it.