I feel so ill today, if i have conceived this month i would only be 3 weeks pregnant. But today i'm suffered from a major bout of nausea which i never have before AF is due. Cramps and sore bbs yes, but never nausea. How far along were some of you women when the nausea kicked in before you found out you were pregnant? did you ever feel like you were gonnae be sick and couldn't? the cramps are also getting worse which i shouldn't be getting for another 7 days. Please can someone give me some info i can't wait to go home to go to my bed!!
started the day of implantation with my DD; started about the same with this pregnancy (just got a faint pos at like 9-10DPO and the nausea's been awful). Yes I felt like I needed to throw up and couldn't many times with DD....sometimes coughing will make you gag and that helps you get over the urge to throw up, or at least it helped me. Sometimes it made me throw up but usually I would just gag and then feel better because the urge felt satisfied, if you know what I mean? I dunno...Some women say their symptoms (ESPECIALLY nausea) started as soon as their baby implanted, like me, and some say it took a few weeks...but it is possible because it happened with me! Good luck dear, hope you feel better!
thanks Ashelen normally i'm a worrier and used to think every symptom was pregnancy but after 28 months of BFN's i kinda stopped looking until today. i am now 7DPO and it's deffo more cramps and nausea thats bugging me, i'll find out in 8 days if i am or not but deffo gonna pray real hard this month. Thanks again
With my son, my nausea kicked in the same week I missed AF and continue until the day I delivered. With this pregnancy, my nausea started around 6 weeks or so and stopped at 13 weeks, but is back a little now that I am almost 18 weeks. I had a five week break of not throwing up, so i guess I can't ask for more than that, lol
I've had nausea since Thursday last week i would now be just over 3 weeks pregnant. i am constantly hungry and still having AF cramps. This morning i had a light brown discharge which is normal before AF arrives. I am still not 100% sure if this is my month but i only have 6 days left to find out i'm praying for my BFP!!!
I am right there with you. Today I woke up with nausea and another positive opk (since they can tell earlier than hpt but arent 100%) and now with my temps I had a huge dip put I think it might be too early for it to be dropping. No spotting and it could be implantation bleeding for you! I hope so!
i didnt notice any nausea until my 6th week of pregnancy and then it hit HARD. and im still sick (not as bad tho) now at 14 weeks 2 days. im hoping it'll go away soon for good! but im probably going to be one of those women who is sick their whole pregnancy with my luck lol! anywho good luck on ur HPT i hope u get ur BFP!
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