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    Default Mummies of multiples - already with one or more.

    Hey ladies,
    Just wondering if you noticed morning sickness started earlier when you were pregnant with multiples than when you were pregnant with a singleton?

    I am only 4 weeks but I am too tired to get off the lounge and I keep getting nausea in waves. With my other two pregnancies, my morning sickness only set in at 5 weeks and I didn't really feel pregnant before that set in - didn't really have any other symptoms, tiredness or anything.

    I think I spat out two eggs this month, hence my thoughts on multiples.

    Just curious. TIA

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    I have no clue but i am curious..so i am bumping this

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    My sister is 13wk preg with twins and she has had no morning sickness and her 1st HCG level was less than mine at the same gestation (I had one bub)! So you never know!! The only real symptom my sister has is tiredness and sore boobs

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    No sore boobs but OMG am I tired during the day and nauseous as hell but it is only on and off - comes in waves.
    I didn't have sore boobs with either of the other two kids either though.

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    Default Mummies of multiples - already with one or more.

    I was really tired from 4 weeks, ms started at 5 weeks. I'm nearly 14 weeks now and it's easing off now. Good luck!!

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    Default Re: Mummies of multiples - already with one or more.

    with my twin i had no morning sickness/nausea at all. it was a dream pregnancy

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    Default Mummies of multiples - already with one or more.

    My MS was actually a lot worse this time around than with my twins!

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    With my first pregnancy (singleton) and my second pregnancy (twins) m/s started at 5 wks and was horrid! This pregnancy (singleton) it started at 6wks and is the worst so far

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    Default Mummies of multiples - already with one or more.

    Morning sickness started at 5 weeks and was incredibly bad until about 18 weeks. Now 32 weeks and still spew most days and have massive food aversions!

    Super tired from 5 - about 12 weeks, naps after work, sleeping 10 hours per night...this eased up a bit in second trimester and doesn't even come close to the exhaustion I feeling in third trimester.

    Boobs are massive and started leaking at about 14 weeks and pigment started at about 16 weeks.

    On the plus side, I feel a huge number of kicks and movements and have two gorgeous wee men on the way


 

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