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    Default Morning sickness myth

    I've heard it said if you have lots of morning sickness your having a girl and if you don't have much your having a boy. I was wondering how much morning sickness did you have and what did you end up having or if you haven't had your baby yet what sex the scan showed if you found out already?!

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    I had lots of m/s with my first and none with my second, both are girls.

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    For me it was the opposite. Couldn't keep anything down with DS & never really shook it. With the girls I could easily count on one hand the number of times I've had morning sickness.

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    I was sick until 34 weeks, and have a boy.

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    Default Re: Morning sickness myth

    I had absolutely no morning sickness with my first.
    I felt very nauseous through most of my second pregnancy but didn't have that much actual sickness.
    Both were boys.

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    I didn't have much morning sickness with DD, just felt nauseous in the car mostly.

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    For those of you that did have morning sickness how many weeks were you when it started? I'm only 3 weeks so very early. I was really nauseous in week 1 ( though I didn't know I was utd) but at the moment don't feel any different except for sore nipples and change in sense of smell and taste.

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    I've been horrendously sick this pregnancy. Absolutely bed ridden. Doesn't even compare to my last pregnancys. No idea what sex it is yet but it's actually my 5th pregnancy (4th child) and I have both sexes!

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    I was horrendously sick the whole way through and had a girl. Started feeling sick at about 4-5 weeks...

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    I didn't have any morning sickness with DD! I didn't even feel pregnant until well into my second trimester.


 

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