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Can Morning Sickness Start week 1?!

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 

I'm not sure if I'm sick or if it's morning sickness.

On the slight chance that I am pg. today would only be day  7 and I've been sick all a.m. for 3 days. I don't have a fever or vomiting but just a sick stomach.

 

I've been awake 3 hrs and just beginning to feel human.With my son, (10 years old!) I think it was about 5 weeks so I'm really unsure if it's even possible to be morning sickness.

 

What do you think?

post #2 of 5

Are you absolutely sure of your ovulation day?  I guess it's possible to start feeling nausea soon after implantation, which usually occurs between 7-11 days past ovulation.  But if you say you've had it for the past 3 days, then that means you started feeling sick 5 days past ovulation (days 5, 6, and 7 of feeling sick), right?  I don't see how that could be possible, so my guess is that it's not related to pregnancy (unless you could have ovulated earlier).  If it is related to pregnancy, then I think you would get a BFP on a pregnancy test.  If there's enough hormones to make you feel sick, then there should be enough for a BFP!  Please let me know what you find out!

post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 

No, I'm not absolutely certain about ovulation. I've not been on top of tracking that like I should.

 

We are trying casually so I was being lazy. It was 14 days after my period but I know that doesn't mean anything.

 

I know about NFP just wasn't paying very good attention.

 

The weird thing is that I only feel ill in the a.m. and I'm mostly better later. We'll see. I guess I'll just wait til my period is due and see what's up. I don't like getting my hopes up either!

post #4 of 5

I don't have a real answer for this, but I do know that I was 2DPO with my face in the toilet! I've gotten several BFPs now, and I'm 11DPO with no more nausea so far.

 

With my last two pregnancies  I had a TON of morning sickness, so we'll see how this one pans out.

post #5 of 5

I agree with Traci.  If you were getting sick at 4 DPO I would say that is unrelated to pregnancy.  84% of the time implantation occurs between 8 and 10 DPO with 6 DPO really being the earliest.  That being said, I definitely had nausea at 8 DPO with my first.  So if your O day is off by a bit then it could be!  And I agree that if that is the case then you would likely get a BFP on an HPT by now.

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