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is early pregnancy nausea a bad sign

Okay so I'm six weeks pregnant and I am already having some pretty bad nausea and morning sickness. Could that be a bad sign of things to come. For example????  Also could it be a sign of multiples? Twins run in the family genes. I hope not, as I have health issues. Anyone on here that has Ehlers Danlos Syndrome type 3? If so, did you have any complications?
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Nausea n morning sickness is 1 of the most common pregnancy symptoms n it usually starts at around six weeks. Some women have it severe, others not at all. I had it bad from six weeks n it started to go around when i was 14 weeks. For most it does go around the beginning of the second trimester. Bad morning sickness is not necessarily a sign of multiples but how your body reacts to the changing hormones. Congrats on the pregnancy n good luck
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With my both my pregnancies I had horrible "morning" sickness that lasted up til I was about 5 months n they were both single boys it just depends
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Very common and not a bad sign!
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My morning sickness started at 4 weeks and I'm six weeks now it's bad. I went to the er and they gave me zofran that I take at night.. I think it helps because wen I wake up in the morning I don't feel sick til about 8 at night again. When it use to be all day sickness or just early morning for about 9 hours...
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No normally they say sickness is a very good sign or a healthy strong baby not saying that ppl who don't haven't got a strong baby but that normally the saying they say u mainly get morning sickness with girl or twins
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I read that morning sickness is your body's reaction to the pregnancy hormone. It means the hormones are high and usually less likely to have a miscarriage. I'm unfortunately dealing with all day sicknesses myself, but it's a good sign! Congrats on your pregnancy
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