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#1 of 11 Old 06-30-2007, 03:24 AM - Thread Starter
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So I'm actually only 16 days into this, but I'm not feeling too hot. The last week or so, I've had quite bad nausea and dizziness every afternoon (between about 2 and 6pm). I haven't been vomiting (yet), but it's strong enough for me to have spent this afternoon in bed. I'm also really tired.

Is anyone else feeling "morning" sickness yet?
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I haven't had horrible nausea YET. It usually comes around week 6 or 7 for me. So it's coming soon. But I have been totally exhausted! I wake up in the morning tired and go to bed tired. I try to nap when my kids nap but I don't always get to. I've had some waves of nausea but nothing that sticks around. I'm hoping it stays that way, but I seriously doubt it!

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I was very nauseated before I ever got a BFP. You're good. :

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Each pregnancy, I swear I start feeling sick the moment that sperm hits the egg.

My first pregnancy, I first woke up feeling sick about 5 DPO. Second pregnancy, I wasn't charting, but it was in that same range. This time around, I started feeling sick in late June, about a week after ovulation and a week and a half before I got my BFP.


Mine is usually worst first thing in the morning, but I can usually make it better by eating crackers. I seem to vaguely remember Wave #2 coming in the afternoons with my first, but soon learned to keep my blood sugar up by drinking my daily OJ with 7-up mixture about 2 hours after lunch.

(Like many things I am driven to consume while pregnant, I have no idea why I so strongly felt I needed a glass of OJ with 7-up every day. Actually, my first instinct was a Cream and Kahlua, but since that was out, I settled for the OJ stuff.)
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I've defenitely been feeling the waves of nausea since my bfp (11 dpo) and now a few days later the exhaustion is setting in.
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yes am feeling totally rotton :Puke
i've been feeling sick for about 2wks now and i'm only 4+3wks

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I'm really sick with nauseau, too. Sugar helps, for whatever reason. I start my day with a glass of OJ and just wait for the sickness to lighten up enough to fix myself something to eat. And I'm tired. And cranky.
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Completely exhausted and now Im getting the waves of nausea. Gosh with ds the morning, noon and night sickness didnt start till at least 7 weeks or so. This pregnancy has hit me a lot harder with the symptoms. I dont mind though, Im just grateful to be pregnant.

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I'm very happy to be pregnant, I just didn't expect to be like this, so early. Still not vomiting, but it's all day now (and has been accompanied from the start with total exhaustion). On top of that I've lost my appetite (especially for anything I should be eating!). I just can't stand most of my food, all I seem to want is white toast with cheese, mandarins and ordinary pasta with thick milky sauce and ketchup. And unfortunately I'm milk and wheat intolerant...
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It started about the time the babe implanted(which I most definitely felt this time!) and is getting really bad...at least I think it's bad. I've never had m/s in all of my other pregancies, even my first pregnancy with twins! I'm completely lost as to what to do, and I just lay around staring at dd play. I'm a big pathetic sack of potatoes. I'm not hungry at all, but if I don't eat, I get really nauseaus. And it's all day long! I only get relief at around 4-5pm, but it kicks in again before dinner. And I'm not even 5 weeks yet!

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I know this sounds lame, but I've grown to appreciate the morning/afternoon sickness. I was that way with DS (first pregnancy), as well. It's not like I look forward to feeling sick and not wanting to eat anything but cheese (which I cannot have), but it's a matter of changing my perception. The morning sickness reminds me that I'm pregnant, and for that I am grateful.

We actually just spent 2 weeks in the mountains, and I wasn't nauseous at all (maybe it was the change in altitude?) and, while I certainly didn't *miss* feeling sick, I did miss feeling pregnant.
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