(Closed) Morning sickness starting at 11 weeks???

posted 9 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 3
6009 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2009

Bleh, yes.  With my first pregnancy, morning sickness hit at about 6 weeks and was pretty consistent until about 20 weeks.  With this pregnancy, I was so worried because my first day of nausea was at 10 DPO!  But after that, I felt basically fine until about 10 weeks.  Once again, it lasted for me until about 20 weeks, and then backed off.

I read some literature at the beginning of this pregnancy about how travel may affect morning sickness.  Apparently, traveling in the early parts of the first trimester may delay morning sickness due to differences in altitude/weather conditions/etc… from your “normal” environment.  I’m not sure how long you’ve been traveling, but that may have something to do with the late onset of morning sickness.  I think this was true for me, since I didn’t really get hit with morning sickness until I came back from a long vacation on the east coast.

Also, anti-nausea medication like Dramamine (or Gravol, if your in Canada) is generally acceptable during pregnancy, and will help with both morning sickness and travel sickness.  🙂

Post # 4
2201 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Mine came on around week 10/11. And I still get hit with mini-bouts when I’m hungry. A protein snack before bed had really helped me feel okay in the mornings (toast with peanut butter).

And I don’t envy that journey – it’s hard enough to stomach without being pregnant and queasy! I always felt sick after getting off the plane in Sydney or Melbourne, just from lack of sleep.

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