Is it true about HGC...

Discussion in 'Trying to Conceive' started by emma_85, Jan 31, 2016.

  1. emma_85

    emma_85 Well-Known Member

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    Does nausea begin when the HGC levels rise?

    A little on my background and reason for question:

    Mid Dec I began with pregnancy symptoms that have continued on and off. Done many tests, all negative. I was 10 days late on my period when I had a pretty light period lasting only 3 days. This is out of the ordinary for me. I'm a 5-6 day girl with heavy periods. I was convinced it was a unusual period and decided the negative tests were correct.

    The last 3 days I have been having sickness shortly after waking up, lasting for up to 2 hours. Sometimes having a nibble on something light or going g back to bed can settle the nausea down. I've heard that nausea is at its worst when HGC levels peak (at around 6 weeks). Is this right?

    I need to do a test really but reluctant to start this cycle of testing and obsessing. It could be that I'm starting with something too, but seems odd that had a conceived in mid Dec, I am at the *peak* of HGC as Google implies.
     
  2. babyontheway

    babyontheway Well-Known Member

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    Not sure about the facts but I'd deffo take a test x
     
  3. Crinkles90

    Crinkles90 Well-Known Member

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    I'm not too sure Hun! I agree Defo take a test good luck keep us updated x
     

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