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    Default Morning sickness myth

    I didn't get any morning sickness with my DD, I just got tired and felt unfit for most of my pregnancy.

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    I had awful morning sickness with both, but it lasted for many more weeks with DD.

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    I have had 3 girls and 1 boy.

    All girl pregnancies I felt nauseous and had food aversions.

    With DS I had vomiting with the nausea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    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. Sent from my GT-I9100 using BubHub
    ^this Well, for the first. Don't know the gender of this one yet but most people are guessing boy from the nub shot so we shall see.

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    I had horrendous morning sickness for five months with DD, starting from day one! For the first few weeks it was mainly in the evenings. Then it progressed to 24 hours a day lol. Not fun.

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    That's funny I'd heard the opposite - that morning sickness is worse if you're pregnant with a boy. I have one DD and was horrendously sick

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    I had boy/girl twins. I had morning sickness from 7 - 13 weeks and was hopspitalised twice. I really don't think the sex has any correlation to the amount of ms you get.

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    Lol I had hardly any with DD and it was tolerable with DS but still defiantly MS. With this bub I was vomiting! So I don't know if MS has a suggestion on gender

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    I've found with myself and people I know, that it's the opposite. With DD I was quite sick until 16 weeks. With DS I was 'please kill me and put me out of my misery' ill until 24 weeks. It was really severe. Most of my family and friends are the same, had way worse ms with their boy.

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    Well I had heaps of ms with my first and he was a boy.


 

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