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When did y’all get your first pregnancy symptoms?

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Mary posted this 20 November 2019

So before I even took a test, I felt off. Now not even two months in I feel nauseous! Is this in my head?? Or did anyone else feel the same so early?

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allis posted this 20 November 2019

I got my pregnancy symptoms super early to be honest. I'm pretty positive I started getting my morning sickness around the two month mark as well. I also felt off before taking my test. I had cramps that I had never experienced before and just felt like something was up. You are not alone!

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Mary posted this 20 November 2019


I got my pregnancy symptoms super early to be honest. I'm pretty positive I started getting my morning sickness around the two month mark as well. I also felt off before taking my test. I had cramps that I had never experienced before and just felt like something was up. You are not alone!

So crazy!! Thanks for helping ease my paranoia lol

Savannah posted this 05 December 2019

I started feeling sick around 8 weeks... it happened alot sooner with my second child.

Jannette posted this 06 December 2019

With my first, I felt nauseous hours later!  It kept up for days after that and sure enough, I was pregnant!  I was nauseous within a few days with my second.  Nausea was a big symptom for me, I felt the same when I was on birth control!

jamie posted this 08 December 2019

right away ! I was exhausted and I knew something was wrong

monica posted this 08 December 2019

I didn't get mine until about ten weeks in!

Alex posted this 13 December 2019

Around 6 weeks I was wondering and then the real stuff started happening at 8 weeks. I don't know if the timing was related to when i took the test and knew or just my body doing it's own thing.

Kait posted this 17 December 2019

I started feeling sick very early! Like at 7/8 weeks I started getting terrible nausea and sickness in the morning and at night. Both my pregnancies were like that.

Laura posted this 17 December 2019

I got mine around week 5 or 6. But it was more just being tired and not knowing why. Work was busy and I have people visiting so I actually thought it was just that at first! Ha! Nope! Pregos!  

Cynthia posted this 20 January 2020

I started to feel sick at 4 weeks, before I even took the test. I thought I had the flu and didnt think anything of it. 

Eliza posted this 21 January 2020

I usually get sick around 5 weeks. Not super strong at first. A little nauseous, feeling dehydrated, etc. Then around week 7 full on morning sets in and I know then! haha.

Jordan posted this 21 January 2020

I think two months in is pretty normal. I always start having symptoms around 5-6 weeks. It can suck and be hard, but at least you know things are going how they should! 

Stassi posted this 25 January 2020

I think my breasts got really sore early, but that was really the only symptom for me! 

Jodi posted this 28 January 2020

I was so oblivious with my first -- like I was almost done with my first trimester when I found out. With my second, I was on the ball, I tested myself at maybe 4-6 wks.

Mary posted this 06 February 2020

oh yes!  Completely sick right away with both three pregnancies!

Viviana posted this 06 February 2020

Me too! I was plagued with nausea before the positive tests!

oh yes!  Completely sick right away with both three pregnancies!

C posted this 09 February 2020

I felt fine, until I didn't around 5 weeks in. My stomach muscles felt tight. Not bad or good, just tight, like I had been at attention for hours.

Holly posted this 10 February 2020

I start around week 5, overtime. I start feeling nauseous, my breasts are tender, etc. Luckily its a sign that you are having a normal pregnancy.

Quinn posted this 10 February 2020

I haven't had any symptoms other than being really tired and missed my period. So far so good... 

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Isla posted this 13 February 2020

I didn't experience many symptoms, aside from being tired! However, with my first baby I couldn't stand to eat chicken. Before I found out I was expecting my second, I had a bad aversion to chicken, which clued my co-worker to the pregnancy even before I knew haha!

allis posted this 14 February 2020

Pretty early on.. I would say 6 weeks was when I got the most symptoms.

Betty posted this 14 February 2020

First, it was the missed period. Then, a lot of naps when I normally never nap. Then some light spotting and thennnnn puking. I waited entirely too long to find out. I was scared and it was just too much pressure. Now looking at my lil man I am so happy. 

Jilly posted this 14 February 2020

I was the same. Just so SOOOO tired all of the time. My mom knew something was up. She said, "my daughter keeps napping and she does not nap ever." 

I haven't had any symptoms other than being really tired and missed my period. So far so good... 

Monica posted this 17 February 2020

That sounds normal! I always get symptoms around 5 weeks. Unfortunately they are nausea and tender breasts. 

Annie posted this 18 February 2020

I haven't yet, but I'm only at 6 weeks.

Jenny posted this 21 February 2020

I haven't had anything yet. The only reason I know I'm pregnant is because I missed my period and have a positive pregnancy test. 

Hailey posted this 21 February 2020

I had no symptoms for any of my four pregnancies other than missing my period. I was never sick or had any complaints. We'll see how my body reacts to this pregnancy since I'm so much older this time. I think every person is different in how they react to pregnancy.

Jessica posted this 21 February 2020

I had terrible headaches and could barely stay awake. I knew for sure something was up! It was 2 days before my missed period. 

Sky posted this 23 February 2020

I didn't even notice my missed period because it was nothing knew. I thought I had a cold and my mother in law was like I think you got a baby hahah

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