How soon can you start having morning sickness?

I had unprotected sex on the 11th of July and today I started to feel sick but I didn’t throw up. I’ve taken one test but I think I took it too early. Can anyone help me?

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4 Responses to “How soon can you start having morning sickness?”

  1. Mrs.Miller84 said:

    Morning sickness usually appears at 4-6 weeks of pregnancy. It’s quite possible you tested too early. Try again in a few days! Good luck!

  2. Jess said:

    The previous poster is correct. Also if you took it before your period was due than most likely it was way too early. If your period is late now then you will get an accurate result if you test again. Just remember to use first morning’s urine. And by the way, just because you aren’t actually throwing up doesn’t mean it can’t be morning sickness because it effects us all differently. Good luck I hope you get the results you were hoping to get! 🙂

  3. Mandie C said:

    it usually happens around weeks 4-6, but in my researching, found that some women experience early pregnancy symptoms as soon as 1 week after implantation…good luck!

  4. angelkissed said:

    my first pregnancy i got it when i was 6 weeks..

    second pregnancy a week before i was due

    and with this pregnancy i am almost 5 weeks and not a thing, only tired dont even feel preg

    so everyone is different


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