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    Default First and second pregnancies?

    Hi I was just curious were your pregnancies different with each one and if so was it different do for opposite genders????

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    All three pregnancies were different for me with different levels of discomfort and sickness. I carried differently as well, but all three were girls.

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    Thanks I am just curious as this pregnancy is almost identical to my DD but it started off much different and I am alot more tired and can't bounce around as much as last time.

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    My two pregnancies were very different. But I has the same morning sickness with both. One girl, one boy. My son sucked the life out of me, I was just ridiculously tired all the time and I wasn't like that with dd.

    Happy pregnancy.

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    Yes.

    ds (my first) - I carried larger then my second pregnancy and he was a smaller baby. I carried all out the front and no where else. I was into savoury food big time and not sweets at all. I was moody and had alot of dreakouts (my skin was awful) my hair was oily.

    dd (my second) - I carried smaller (infact rather small in the belly) but my bottom was bigger and legs. I loved sweet foods and needed alot of it lol. I had great skin, hair wasn't oily, had alot of energy and my moody was really good.

    So with both I was infact very different. I had m/s with both of them only once and that was the only thing similar about both pregnancies.

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    first pregnancy with dd and second with ds were totally opposite. now im pregnant again and it's almost identical to the pregnancy i had with dd, right down to the sciatica pain, cramps, and cravings... and when i say cravings, they are exactly the same foods. found out it's a boy. so it doesn't mean that just cos it's mirroring another pregnancy you have had, it will be the same sex.

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    Two very different pregnancies.
    Two boys.
    Two very different boys!

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    Two pregnancies, both boys I feel the same this time as last time but I'm having twins this time around!

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    Two completly opposite pregnancys and opposite sexes.
    With my dughter i got MS in the morning and craved sweets and with my son i got MS in the evening and craved savoury.
    I carried all over with my daughter and only in the front with my son.

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    The start of my first 2 were the same with the vomiting. As they went on it got dif. My DS was breech an in a ba possi and I was forever in pain my dd I got morning sickness again towards the end. I also had odd cravings with her. This one Is dif all together iv hardly been sick. But iv had migraines.


 

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