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morning sickness beginning at implantation

post #1 of 8
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I'm only 4 1/2 weeks pregnant, however I have pretty much known since 3 days after my temp. rise as I have felt lots of nausea (although I have not actually thrown up yet) and fatigue. I have also felt extremely hungry and thirsty. With my first two pregnancies I did not feel any nausea until 6-8 weeks pregnant. Has anyone else experienced this? Am I possibly having twins? Help!!
post #2 of 8
all of my pregnancies have been like that. i've always felt sick (especially when i'm hungry) long before i know i'm pregnant. this time i caught on and tested early (got a faint positive) but the other times i just thought i was getting sick.

i ended up with really bad ms each time, i hope that's not the case for you.
post #3 of 8
This is my 3rd pregnancy, and I've experienced this every time. I never get incredibly sick to the point of throwing up, but the nausea begins very early for me. I always start feeling very noticably queasy for several days before testing positive. The first pg, it was during the holidays, and I remember thinking, "wow, it must be all that pie we've been eating!" but then the feeling not going away and not going away, and then--positive pg test! At that point I figured it out. My 2nd and 3rd pgs, I knew better!

Twins are always a possibility, I guess , but FWIW, I've never had twins. (Although I guess I don't really know about this pg. yet. But I'm not suspecting a twin pregnancy.) Hope you feel better soon!
post #4 of 8
I didn't think this was common, but it appears it is! My friend told me last weekend that she feels like she has the flu as soon as she has implantation. Hope you feel better soon!
post #5 of 8
I had one lady SWEAR she got morning sickness the night after they DTD and she knew she was PG... LOL!

Anyways... I never get severe M/S but I do get queasy/hyper sensitive nose, etc. pretty early on!

Kathryn
post #6 of 8
Yup, me too! This pg only, so far, but this is the only one I've worked so hard and long for, rofl! I absentmindedly tested oneday (12dpo), and was telling myself I was silly the whole time I was poas. but lo and behold, no sooner than I'd capped that sucker did I see a BFP! Thinking back, I tested because I'd been tired and nauseated for a few days. I asked my mw what she thought of getting m/s so early, and she said that she'd had a client who got sick the day of conception!
post #7 of 8
Well, you probably do at least have more hcg/progesterone in your blood this pregnancy than your past pregnancies at this point. That could be due to twins, or it could just be a random fluctuation (hcg levels for twins always fall within the range for hcg levels for singletons). I felt sick right at implantation with my last pregnancy, and I did end up having twins. This pregnancy I started feeling sick at about 12 dpo (as opposed to 6 dpo last time), and there's a possibility I could be having twins again (my hcg levels are average for twins, but like I said, that doesn't necessarily mean anything).

If you're already feeling sick at this point, you can expect that it will get pretty bad eventually (I started puking and felt MISERABLE at 6 weeks last time). I found acupuncture to help tremendously.

HTH! And Congratulations!!

Lex
post #8 of 8
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Originally Posted by lexbeach
If you're already feeling sick at this point, you can expect that it will get pretty bad eventually
Just wanted to say, this isn't necessarily true. In my last two pregnancies, both times the nausea started very early but never got all that severe.
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