When Does Morning Sickness Start and End?
Morning sickness (or all day or night sickness during pregnancy) can start as early as 6 weeks pregnant and can last until 12-15 weeks pregnant.
My doctor told me that the peak of morning sickness is normal between 8-12 weeks. So, if you are prone to morning/day sickness, try not to make any major plans during weeks 8-12 because trust me, you’ll regret it later!
Some women can experience morning sickness all throughout their 9 months of pregnancy! If your sickness is causing you to lose weight and prevent you from eating or drinking, you need to tell your doctor as soon as possible. This may be a sign of hyperemesis gravidarum.
Hyperemesis gravidarum is a severe form of morning sickness that makes a pregnant woman vomit frequently. Studies show that less than 3% of women experience this condition and are unable to go about their daily activities. Be sure to talk to your doctor if you believe you have this condition.