Post # 18
Some women do have it all through pregnancy – my friends SIL had it all the time including in labour!
I had it every day for about 16 weeks and then it lessened over the next two weeks.
Post # 19
I had morning sickness my entire pregnancy, but it did get better for a couple of weeks around week 28-30.
It royally sucked but was all worth it because I’m nursing my 2 week old daughter now!
Post # 20
I am not trying to “win” just explaining to you what my doctor said.
My friend had it al through labor. I guesse will see wht mine decides todo.
Post # 21
I had constant morning sickness with both my kids from 6 weeks up to 3 months straight. I cant even describe in words what torture it was…ugggh.
Post # 22
Mine started at 5 weeks and seem to be ok some days and worse sme days. Today i started feeling nautious rolling over in bed at 4 am this mornin and knew i wasnt going to feel good today.
Post # 23
DId any of you mommies have upper back pain during pregnancy?
Post # 24
thank you from a first timer with no morning sickness!!! It may not be the intention, but saying “morning sickness is a great sign” implies that not having morning sickness is not a great sign, when doctors all say it’s perfectly normal, just your body adapting to the hormones better. Every time I read that morning sickness is good a little part of my soul gets crushed, and I get sick with worry that my baby is not okay. It is terrifying not to feel sick because it’s not the most common experience and there is so much misinformation about how to interpret it.
My logical self knows “it’s a great sign” is probably more meant to mean “it’s okay to feel sick, it’s not a bad sign” but my crazy pregnancy hormones make me hypersensitive to comments like that!!
Sorry to derail the conversation, just trying to show where we’re coming from. To answer the original question, I’ve had some consistent very mild nausea from 5 weeks and I’m now 12. Some of my other symptoms are settling down now.
Post # 25
that’s all I was trying to say. Glad someone understood. Glad to hear you and your little bean are doing well 🙂
Post # 26
- Wedding: September 2011 - Boy #1 12/2015, boy #2 02/2018
I felt the worst between weeks 10 and 18. I feel like my food aversions are almost gone by now (FX they don’t return), but I hate the taste in my mouth after I eat and even after washing my teeth. I vomited about 4 times between weeks 12 and 16, but my lack of apetite was bad. I finally started gaining weight in the last month or so. My morning sickness if we can call it that way was very mild but constant day and night.
Congrats on your second pregnancy! How far along are you?
Post # 27
I think a lot of people feel nauseated during labor. It’s usually a sign of going through transition. I sucked on jolly ranchers during labor to help with the nausea, but I eventually felt so bad that I wanted Zofran. I barfed right after the nurse gave it to me lol.
Post # 28
Ive heard that too about the feeling sick. My friend’s SIL was vomiting throughout and her midwife said something along the lines of, “if you’ve been like this all through pregnancy then I have no idea why you are so large.” Nice!
Post # 29
First pregnancy: not a day of morning sickness, miscarriage at 7.5 weeks.
Second pregnancy: not a day of morning sickness, still going at almost 30 weeks.
Post # 30
I had morning sickness all day every day from weeks 6-18 and then I had occasional morning sickness in the last few weeks of pregnancy.