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    I've heard that many mums have totally different symptoms in each of their pregnancies. I've had quite bad morning sickness when I've been pregnant before (2 miscarried, 1 full term & healthy) & I'd vomited from about the 3rd week of being pregnant.
    I'm currently 4 weeks pregnant atm, but apart form a bit of queazyness I'm a'ok. I'm hoping it'll last, & this is one of those different pregnancies, am I being silly in thinking coz the symptoms aren't as severe that It might not be ok?

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    with my son i had really bad morning sickness from 5-15 weeks... and nothing else... this time (also a boy), i've had no sickness at all, but massive back pain... and nothing else... if you're only 4 weeks the symptoms may still show up, or you may be lucky not to get any sickness. just take care of yourself and take 1 day at a time. good luck.


 

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