How far into your pregnancy did you?

How far into your pregnancy did you get morning sickness? I know that every woman is different, but I want to know when women "normally" get morning sickness. This is my first pregnancy and I want to know any thing that anyone is willing to tell me. I am about 5--6 weeks pregnant right now and I hear from different people that it can start between 4-6 weeks or it can start as late as 10-12 weeks. Any advice or knowledge your willing to pass on?

Jennifer m asked on 10 May '11 at 01:29

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Rylee'smommy answer on 10 May '11 at 01:29

mine started in the middle of my 5th weeks...then it was only if i smelled garlic...by my 7th week it was all day everyday ... i lost alot of wieght with mine and not everyone will have it as bad as others...i would think that by the 7th weeks normally people start experiencing it

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??????? {5 ????s ???? ?????? 4}? answer on 09 May '11 at 17:44

Pregnancy symptoms? I've never been pregnant so I can't answer this. Hahahahahahah! Just Kidding! lol! I love messin with you! Actually, it may still be EARLY to have pregnancy symptoms right now. You have period symptoms a week before your period is do? Hmmm, I mean in a way it all depends on you. Like do your breasts usually get tender and sore during your period? If they do, then no, that wouldn't be a pregnancy sign for you. I mean like period like symptoms that you don't normally get will probably occur due to pregnancy obviously. It all depends on you. I mean if you don't get a positive in your first pregnancy test then wait a couple days and take it again. Sometimes you recieve a false positive, also, make sure you take your test FIRST thing in the morning when you wake up, mainly so you have fresh urine to take the test. The results will so-to-say be "stronger".

Lovelymrsm answer on 09 May '11 at 21:49

Excercizing during pregnancy is great. It makes having babies significantly less painful and makes it easier to bounce back from baby weight. When I was pregnant with my son I walked three miles every day (1.5 in the morning and 1.5 at night), and then alternated days of 60 minutes of pilates [special pregnancy pilates videos are available in stores and online for a fairly reasonable price] and 90 minutes of cardio/light weight training [think using a can of soup as a weight, nothing really hard] from when I found out until about a week before I had him. I also bought an excersize ball [I think it was about $20 or $30] and sat on it any time I would have normally sat on the couch-excersize balls strengthen back muscles and lightly work ab muscles just by sitting on them so if I was having an especially busy/bad day I would just do that instead of my workout regimen. Working out during my pregnancy was such a good idea for me! My labor was at worst "uncomfortable"(I played connect the dots until it was time to push), I only gained 23 pounds during my pregnancy, and it only took me three weeks to lose my baby weight and an EXTRA five pounds! Before you start any serious excerize you should always ask your doctor about risks because of your particular medical situation/background, but generally it is always a good idea to do as much as you can---and have fun while you're doing it! Good luck and enjoy!

Herefordsun answer on 10 May '11 at 05:19

It's really different for each woman. You normally see the signs of pregnancy before you feel them. For me, it was a missed period, then more-than-usual discharge, extra trips to urinate, tender breasts, and then exhaustion. All in that order. I'm waiting on the morning sickness. It happened to me the last two times, and it hates me. Then will come the hip sciatica problem, heartburn, and more exhaustion and peeing. Finally, swelling of legs and feet and the baby will be here soon. All typical for me. But like I said, every woman is different.

Herefordsun answer on 10 May '11 at 05:34

It's really different for each woman. You normally see the signs of pregnancy before you feel them. For me, it was a missed period, then more-than-usual discharge, extra trips to urinate, tender breasts, and then exhaustion. All in that order. I'm waiting on the morning sickness. It happened to me the last two times, and it hates me. Then will come the hip sciatica problem, heartburn, and more exhaustion and peeing. Finally, swelling of legs and feet and the baby will be here soon. All typical for me. But like I said, every woman is different.

Elle capitano answer on 10 May '11 at 07:29

It took me two and a half months to actually find out I was pregnant. I had no symptoms that I recognized as the typical pregnancy symptoms (Morning sickness, aching breasts etc) A month and a half in, when I was supposed to get my second period (I bled normally in the first two months, hence why I didn't even know I was pregnant!) I started to get dizzy, and almost pass out. This happened all of four times maybe? I was putting the blame on my period, or simply standing up too quickly. At two and a half months, a few days before I was due for my third period, I suddenly had to puke. Although I didn't have morning sickness (Just nausea during the end of my first trimester - than it went away completely), I had a spare test laying around, I decided to take it, and viola, i was preggo! I did still bleed though, so I ended up going to the doctor to check it out - and sometimes, my doc said that they don't know why you bleed, you just do. I was put on bedrest, and the rest of my pregnancy has been well! However, as for being tired, cramps or aches? Nothing that I wouldn't associate with the normal period symptoms...No weight gain, no cravings, nothing like that, it's still early Once the egg is implanted, then you may feel a bit of cramping (Turns out, I thought I was getting my period, and I bled from that - but not all women do) I was oblivious to being pregnant - so I didn't notice anything, or wasn't hyper sensative to it. However, before, when I thought I was, I was noticing all these symptoms and signs...when I wasn't pregnant at all! Your body sure does trick you!