Morning sickness tends to start around six weeks into a pregnancy, but some women have reported this symptom just four weeks in.
In simple terms, week four of pregnancy is about the time your period is supposed to start.
For most women, symptoms will be mild at the beginning.
The symptoms supposedly peak at nine to 10 weeks for a few weeks.
It is a myth that morning sickness starts earlier with twins, but twins may cause more severe morning sickness.
Published at Sun, 11 Oct 2020 06:23:00 +0000