View Full Version : m/s to determine boy/girl ?
just curious as to how people have found their m/s depending on whether they have a boy or girl ?
Everyone i know that has had a boy recently (last 2yrs) seem to have been alot sicker then those who have had girls ..
I know everyone is different, just curious as to what others have found
i didn't really have morning sickness and i had a boy.
I had Hyperemesis so was sick my whole pregnancy, I had a girl :)
I have never had any sickness or even felt unwell and i have a boy a 2 girls.
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3 girls and only had ms with 3rd
3 boys here and almost no ms until the third...
I didn't have any m/s and I had a boy.
I had hyperemesis with both and I have a girl and a boy.
Conclusion ..m/s Is no indication lol.. Thanks :)
i had ms with my first two boys. then none for my girl. having another boy and got ms
i had no m/s and had a boy and my best friend was the same and had a girl so definately no indication of the sex of the baby.
I had no ms with my first boy but did have a bit with my second.
I had quite bad morning sickness with DS1....slightly better, but still there morning sickness with DS2.
Nothing with DD.
Then nothing again for DS3 and DS4, and this pregnancy i felt nausious for pretty much all of the first trimester, and well into the second....and i'm having another daughter lol.
I had my son and had no M/S at all.......
My daughter I felt nauseous, BUT the only time I threw up with both of them was when I was in early stages of labour....
Well with both my boys I had Hypersemis Gravidium, was throwing up so many times a day, required medication and numerous hospitilisations.
This time around I had minimal morning sickness, vomited here and there, not every day. No medication, no hospitalisations. Scan says a girl.
For me m/s was totally an indication, because it was so different this time around.
I had no morning sickness with my DS and with this pregnancy it was awful i found out i am having a girl
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