I can understand where you are coming from!! I am only 4 weeks 4 days pregnant, and my nausea started 10 days even before my P was due!! I've had Hyperemesis Gravidarum, with both my previous pregnancies (the last one sadly resulted in a m/c at 12 weeks, and I am really not looking forward to the HG this time round either...
I can certainly appreciate women who want to be pregnant and it isn't happening for them, I have a great deal of empathy. I was concerned and worried when it took us quite awhile to conceive this time. However, I also have to say, without experiencing HG, it is almost impossible to imagine what it is like. I certainly could never have imagined what it is actually like, the severe never ending nausea and vomiting, lack of sleep (from feeling so ill), dreaming of food and water, knowing that you can't keep it down, excess saliva that you can't swallow without vomiting, intense smells that make you vomit, (that you woulnd't usually smell!) extreme thirst (not being able to hold anything down), the vomiting 20 - 30 times or more in a 24 hour period, hospitalisation, concern for the baby, depression, collapsed veins from dehydration (meaning it takes hospital staff 3 - 5 times to insert drip for re-hydration.... plus dealing with many hospital staff and Drs that don't actually understand HG and therefore can make it worse!
Seriously no one would wish this even on their worst enemy..
Anyway, just painting a picture of what it is like to experience HG, in comparison to 'morning sickness'
I wish everyone well with their pregnancies, and trying to conceive.