How early in your pregnancy can you start to get morning sickness?

About a week ago, I took a positive pregnancy test. I figure that I'm somewhere between 2 and 3 weeks along, but I haven't made it to the doctor yet, so I don't know for sure. For the past three days I've felt extremely nauseous. I thought it was too early to be getting morning sickness, but my friend says it can start pretty early. Have I come down with something or is it really morning sickness? Thanks.

Nikki w asked on 11 May '11 at 08:44

7 Answers


Sunil sahani answer on 20 Jan '16 at 17:34

Pehla bada wala tablets 18 January ko khaya aur doosra 2 goli XXXXXat 08:am ko khaya aur 2 goli XXXXXat 08:am ko khaya magar abhi tak clear nahi huwa na zyada bliding huwa sir. Main aur mera wife bahut pareshan hai sir please kuchh upaay bataye....please sir

Sunil sahani answer on 20 Jan '16 at 17:26

goli XXXXXat 08:am ko khaya aur 2 goli XXXXXat 08:am ko khaya magar abhi tak clear nahi huwa na zyada bliding huwa sir. Main aur mera wife bahut pareshan hai sir please kuchh upaay bataye....please sir

Asha answer on 05 Oct '15 at 15:22

My pregregn ancy date is 5 day leta hogay hai

Shoukathali tapalkatti answer on 30 Sep '15 at 15:22

is it possible to take unwanted 72 tablet before had the love in 71 hours

Emityaz ali answer on 26 Jan '15 at 13:13

Dawa bukhar ka

Krish g answer on 30 May '12 at 16:48

some women, morning sickness doesn't hit until about a month after conception, though for others it may start a week or two earlier. And not just in the morning, either ? pregnancy-related nausea and vomiting can be a problem morning, noon, or night. (A lucky few escape it altogether.) About half of women with nausea feel complete relief by the beginning of the second trimester. For most others it takes another month or so for the queasiness to ease up.

Erin b answer on 11 May '11 at 08:44

The discovery health program had a new special on yesterday and said that the latest studies show that women can begin experiencing the first signs of pregnancy as early as eight days after conception. So congrats it is most likely morning sickness. And although it sucks let me give you some good news. Studies show that although they are unable to find a reason for the connection between morning sickness and the health of the baby.... numerous studies done show that women who experience morning sickness are twice as likely as those who don't to have a healthy baby. Good luck.

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Hayden-mommy to baby daxton answer on 10 May '11 at 12:58

Very possible. I took two pregnancy tests the day my period was due and both came back positive. I then took another the next morning and it was also positive. (I used the clear blue digital tests with conception indicator) I then went on a walk in appointment to my doctor that afternoon and they did an in office pregnancy test (urine test)....and it came back NEGATIVE! I was confused and disappointed because I had already got three positive tests. Of course they gave me the paper work to go get blood work done - and I WAS pregnant. Now we are 22 weeks along with a baby boy!! Just goes to show that YES you can definately get a false negative - even the doctors office test was not accurate! Do you have pregnancy symptoms? Sore breasts? Feeling tired? Feeling sick? etc ...for me I started getting pregnancy symptoms before I even missed my period so I knew something was up...hence why I tested the DAY my period was due! My doctor told me when I got the negative test at their office that it is very common to get a false negative in early pregnancy. For your best result test with your FIRST pee of the morning! Its packed with the highest level of HCG hormones if you ARE pregnant. Also make sure you are using a good brand of test - some people get really cheap tests from the dollar store etc and they often seen to not be as accurate. I really recommend the digital tests like I used because they spell out for you "Pregnant" or "Not Pregnant" ! If you are NOT pregnant , its probably just stress making you late! Good Luck

Hayden-mommy to baby daxton answer on 10 May '11 at 17:55

Very possible. I took two pregnancy tests the day my period was due and both came back positive. I then took another the next morning and it was also positive. (I used the clear blue digital tests with conception indicator) I then went on a walk in appointment to my doctor that afternoon and they did an in office pregnancy test (urine test)....and it came back NEGATIVE! I was confused and disappointed because I had already got three positive tests. Of course they gave me the paper work to go get blood work done - and I WAS pregnant. Now we are 22 weeks along with a baby boy!! Just goes to show that YES you can definately get a false negative - even the doctors office test was not accurate! Do you have pregnancy symptoms? Sore breasts? Feeling tired? Feeling sick? etc ...for me I started getting pregnancy symptoms before I even missed my period so I knew something was up...hence why I tested the DAY my period was due! My doctor told me when I got the negative test at their office that it is very common to get a false negative in early pregnancy. For your best result test with your FIRST pee of the morning! Its packed with the highest level of HCG hormones if you ARE pregnant. Also make sure you are using a good brand of test - some people get really cheap tests from the dollar store etc and they often seen to not be as accurate. I really recommend the digital tests like I used because they spell out for you "Pregnant" or "Not Pregnant" ! If you are NOT pregnant , its probably just stress making you late! Good Luck

Hayden-mommy to baby daxton answer on 10 May '11 at 19:17

Very possible. I took two pregnancy tests the day my period was due and both came back positive. I then took another the next morning and it was also positive. (I used the clear blue digital tests with conception indicator) I then went on a walk in appointment to my doctor that afternoon and they did an in office pregnancy test (urine test)....and it came back NEGATIVE! I was confused and disappointed because I had already got three positive tests. Of course they gave me the paper work to go get blood work done - and I WAS pregnant. Now we are 22 weeks along with a baby boy!! Just goes to show that YES you can definately get a false negative - even the doctors office test was not accurate! Do you have pregnancy symptoms? Sore breasts? Feeling tired? Feeling sick? etc ...for me I started getting pregnancy symptoms before I even missed my period so I knew something was up...hence why I tested the DAY my period was due! My doctor told me when I got the negative test at their office that it is very common to get a false negative in early pregnancy. For your best result test with your FIRST pee of the morning! Its packed with the highest level of HCG hormones if you ARE pregnant. Also make sure you are using a good brand of test - some people get really cheap tests from the dollar store etc and they often seen to not be as accurate. I really recommend the digital tests like I used because they spell out for you "Pregnant" or "Not Pregnant" ! If you are NOT pregnant , its probably just stress making you late! Good Luck

Hayden-mommy to baby daxton answer on 10 May '11 at 21:27

Very possible. I took two pregnancy tests the day my period was due and both came back positive. I then took another the next morning and it was also positive. (I used the clear blue digital tests with conception indicator) I then went on a walk in appointment to my doctor that afternoon and they did an in office pregnancy test (urine test)....and it came back NEGATIVE! I was confused and disappointed because I had already got three positive tests. Of course they gave me the paper work to go get blood work done - and I WAS pregnant. Now we are 22 weeks along with a baby boy!! Just goes to show that YES you can definately get a false negative - even the doctors office test was not accurate! Do you have pregnancy symptoms? Sore breasts? Feeling tired? Feeling sick? etc ...for me I started getting pregnancy symptoms before I even missed my period so I knew something was up...hence why I tested the DAY my period was due! My doctor told me when I got the negative test at their office that it is very common to get a false negative in early pregnancy. For your best result test with your FIRST pee of the morning! Its packed with the highest level of HCG hormones if you ARE pregnant. Also make sure you are using a good brand of test - some people get really cheap tests from the dollar store etc and they often seen to not be as accurate. I really recommend the digital tests like I used because they spell out for you "Pregnant" or "Not Pregnant" ! If you are NOT pregnant , its probably just stress making you late! Good Luck

Hayden-mommy to baby daxton answer on 11 May '11 at 03:27

Very possible. I took two pregnancy tests the day my period was due and both came back positive. I then took another the next morning and it was also positive. (I used the clear blue digital tests with conception indicator) I then went on a walk in appointment to my doctor that afternoon and they did an in office pregnancy test (urine test)....and it came back NEGATIVE! I was confused and disappointed because I had already got three positive tests. Of course they gave me the paper work to go get blood work done - and I WAS pregnant. Now we are 22 weeks along with a baby boy!! Just goes to show that YES you can definately get a false negative - even the doctors office test was not accurate! Do you have pregnancy symptoms? Sore breasts? Feeling tired? Feeling sick? etc ...for me I started getting pregnancy symptoms before I even missed my period so I knew something was up...hence why I tested the DAY my period was due! My doctor told me when I got the negative test at their office that it is very common to get a false negative in early pregnancy. For your best result test with your FIRST pee of the morning! Its packed with the highest level of HCG hormones if you ARE pregnant. Also make sure you are using a good brand of test - some people get really cheap tests from the dollar store etc and they often seen to not be as accurate. I really recommend the digital tests like I used because they spell out for you "Pregnant" or "Not Pregnant" ! If you are NOT pregnant , its probably just stress making you late! Good Luck