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    Hello, every other morning it seems directly after I wake up I have the urge to puke and do so and after this initial puking phase I am good for the rest of the day.

    This only stared happening recently as I am currently in the middle of exam period. I guess this is a normal thing to happen and I should not be worried about it?

    I know it is definitely due to exams stress, as I have puked the morning before an exam on many occasions but not like this, where I am puking days before an exam.
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    Is this supposed to be funny?
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    Is this supposed to be funny?
    Of course it's not. Morning sickness is one of the most common symptoms of pregnancy - you must know that.

    See your doctor. Personally, even if throwing up before an exam is normal for you, I don't believe that it is a healthy reaction to stress. You must be incredibly distressed if you are reacting like this. See your GP for help with stress management.
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    Of course it's not. Morning sickness is one of the most common symptoms of pregnancy - you must know that.

    See your doctor. Personally, even if throwing up before an exam is normal for you, I don't believe that it is a healthy reaction to stress. You must be incredibly distressed if you are reacting like this. See your GP for help with stress management.
    Of course I know morning sickness is one of the most common symptoms of pregnancy. If I was a female who was sexually active maybe I would consider the possibility that I may be pregnant.

    However I am neither of the above. The user "parssy" commenting with just the word "pregnant" is a clear indication he is just trying to be witty/funny neither of which he achieved.

    Thank you for your help and I may go see a doctor if this continues (which it probably will).
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    Of course I know morning sickness is one of the most common symptoms of pregnancy. If I was a female who was sexually active maybe I would consider the possibility that I may be pregnant.

    However I am neither of the above. The user "parssy" commenting with just the word "pregnant" is a clear indication he is just trying to be witty/funny neither of which he achieved.

    Thank you for your help and I may go see a doctor if this continues (which it probably will).
    To be fair, you didn't put "I am not a sexually active female" in your original post. There aren't many reasons that somebody would regularly throw up in the morning, so it's a fair suggestion.

    If that user hadn't commented suggesting pregnancy, I would have. And not to get a laugh.

    Anyhow, I know how stressful exams can be. I nearly had a breakdown during my AS Levels. The best thing is to try and deal with it as soon as possible because it means you'll be better able to cope with any exams that you might face in the future .
 
 
 
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