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Emma+Abby+Logan+Charlotte 4 kids; Oregon 3624 posts
5th Apr '13

6 weeks with my first and third, 8 weeks with my second and 5 weeks with this one. With my first it lasted till 13 weeks, with my second till 18 weeks and with my third till 30 weeks ( I took zofran with this one too) . This pregnancy I started zofran at five weeks and its finally starting to die down and I'm 26 weeks. I know plenty of people who never got ms with any of there kids or it was super mild .

Mama 2 N+S+C+Y 20 kids; Omaha, Nebraska 665 posts
5th Apr '13

just depends..1st-no morning sickness at all...2nd-was sick way before I got a positive test..3rd-sick 2 days before positive test...4th- no sickness yet..Ill be 17 weeks on Tuesday

KayraBayra Due November 11; 49 kids; Puyallup, Washington 1181 posts
5th Apr '13

Mine started in week 5 on day 5. I'm nearly 8 weeks now and it's still daily. With my first child it was around the same time that it started and it stopped around week 10. I've had 3 miscarriages and all progressed to at least 6 weeks and I didn't get morning sickness with any of them, not even the one that went to 12 weeks.

suzyleigh Due November 14; 1 child; California 81 posts
5th Apr '13

Mine started when I was 5 weeks 4 days. Went from feeling great to not being able to stop vomiting. Got some Zofran and am using some home remedies, and no more vomiting since that first day... but I'm nauseous 24-7. I'm only 8 weeks now, so I'm hoping it goes away by 12 weeks.

Hopeful_Heart Due December 3; 16 kids; Puerto Rico 26 posts
5th Apr '13

With my first pregnancy it started at week 5. Now I'm on week 5 of my second pregnancy and I'm feeling a little bit nauseous but no vomiting yet. I've read it's different for everyone AND every pregnancy. Some women don't even get morning sickness at all! So, try not to worry too much.

KD3511 Due January 1; TTC since Jan 2013; 1 child; axcv, ca, Canada 186 posts
24th Apr '13

Typically, for the 85+% women that DO get morning sickness it usually starts around 6 weeks. With my first pregnancy I became ill (naustead/ fatigued all day long) around the 6 week mark. It did not go away until week 11 and then it was gone. I did not require any medication for the severity of it.
I am now pregnant with #2 and i've been ill since the beginning of week 5. I have to take medication (Diclectin) with this one - the medication doesnt really help me at all - I still feel nauseous and barfy all day long! Every pregnancy is different. I know some women who simply feel tired for a few days in the first trimester and go on to have beautiful, happy, healthy babies.

Pippi & Maddi's Mommy 18 kids; Brooksville, Kentucky 1284 posts
24th Apr '13

6 weeks the nausea started, 8 weeks the puking started with both and lasted the entire time (well I'm 21 weeks with this one and it's still happening). Both of my little sisters never had 1 sick day...the b***hes lol

Adriana's Mami♥ +1 Due December 14; 33 kids; Ontario 3858 posts
24th Apr '13

4 weeks nausea started, 6 weeks puking started.