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View Poll Results: When did you START to feel morning sickness?
Pretty quickly after conception. 8 100.00%
About the time I got my positive. 14 100.00%
Between 6-8 weeks 21 100.00%
Later than 8 weeks 2 40.00%
Other 2 40.00%
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#1 of 9 Old 05-21-2008, 12:18 PM - Thread Starter
 
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When did you START to feel morning sickness?

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Conception occured Dec. 20, I started feeling sick Jan. 2. I didn't figure out I was pregnant until Jan. 18.
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While I might have occasional twinges of queasiness earlier I don't get morning sickness that is enough to notice before 8 weeks. Third pregnancy now and its been the same with all three...morning sickness from about 8-14 weeks or a little longer.
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The same stupid week I tested.

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Around nine weeks. It was at its worst at 10-12 weeks. <shudder>
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As I said in the other poll, I don't really consider having to take food with my multivitamin to be "morning sickness", but throwing up in week 6 is what made me go ahead and take a pregnancy test.
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I kept thinking I had the flu about a week before AF was due. I had NO clue I was pregnant - didn't think it was even possible (we were preventing). After I was 3 days late and still sick hubby insisted I take a test (i was sure it would be negative).... sure enough!!
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I was 5 weeks and 6 days.....

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I had 0 morning / evening sickness with this baby. With my other 3 I had some slight evening sickness at about 8 weeks but this one has been amazingly issue free

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