Post # 1
I’m officially 7 weeks with literally close to no symptoms. I know every pregnancy is different and that some women go on with healthy pregnancies and no morning sickness, but I’m feeling like I should be sick or even a little queasy?
Post # 3
In my 2 pregnancies, I was sick at different times. With Moose, I was sick around 8 weeks just when I thought I was in the clear and it never went away. With Wombat, I was queasy around 6 weeks, but it hasn’t been that bad. Being sick means nothing concerning your pregnancy. Don’t listen to people who tell you otherwise because they’re wrong.
Post # 4
I was sick from 6 weeks to over 5 months. It was not fun at all. Among my friends, I was the only one who had “mornig” sickness. All of them didn’t have any symptoms at all and all had healthy babies. Its not an indicator of a healthy baby as TheFutureMcBride
Post # 5
7 weeks or so and the feeling did not dissipate until I was into my second trimester. But, you might be one of those who skips the early stage nausea and gets late-stage heartburn. In my experience, most women get one or the other.
Post # 6
I got my first bout of morning sickness before I even tested; I was also super sick for the majority of my pregnancy, so I don’t think that’s normal. If I remember right, only like 70% of women ever get any morning sickness; just think, you could be in that lucky 30% that never experiences it! Ah, so jealous! 🙂
Post # 7
I started feeling nausous 2 weeks before I even thought about testing! So I guess right from conception, ugh. I’m 17 weeks right now and still nausous. In fact, my body has been doing the opposite as what normally happens. My MS got worse in 2nd tri! I’m now on Zophran and it’s helping loads.
Every one is so different though, so I wouldn’t worry too much! Just enjoy it while it lasts 😀
Post # 8
I was sick almost immediately, which apparently is rare… I felt gross almost every day until about week 11. I never had any vomiting, I just couldn’t bear the thought of eating pretty much anything. If it wasn’t for toast, pretzels and OJ, I swear I would have starved. I lost 5 lbs in my first trimester because of it… but by the end of week 11 I was feeling like myself again and never felt sick afterward!
I totally agree with the PPs – it’s not a sign of anything and not being sick just means you’re lucky 🙂
Post # 9
I only vomited twice, after drinking coffee, then once i figured that out i did not vomit again. I felt queasy a few days, so i snacked to keep that feeling away, and i gained a few pounds from snacking but i didnt really have the traditional morning sickness. Overalll i was very lucky and didnt have any days where i felt like i just couldnt get moving because i felt so bad.
Post # 10
I had some mild nausea from week 5 to week 7. It usually only happened in the morning when my stomach was empty. I never got sick though. Thank goodness!!
Post # 11
Mine started at 5 weeks and lasted until week 20.
Post # 12
I never had any nausea or morning sickness. My doctor told me when I was at 6 weeks that if I didnt have it by then, chances are I wouldnt develop it. Thank your stars you dont have it and embrace it! =o)
Post # 13
I had three or four negative pregnancy tests, but then my period didn’t show up and on my 4th day late, nausea started… I decided to buy yet another test because it was weird. Got my positive result that night. Sooo… pretty much around week 4. And it never stopped, I’m at the end of week 9.
Post # 14
I felt queasy/had morning (all day) sickness from 6 weeks to about 15-17weeks. It sucked & I was miserable until after it stopped.
Post # 15
Nausea started at 8 weeks, throwing up started at 9 weeks. I’m 19 weeks now and still have bouts of both.
Post # 16
It started at 7 wks and stopped at 14 or 15wks. I thought I had escaped it too! I threw up every week on Tuesday at lunch like clockwork. I added a new week each Tuesday, so I say that had somehting to do with it.