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    Default Morning sickness myth

    Quote Originally Posted by NellyS View Post
    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.
    Do you mean 3 weeks since conceiving? As in 5 weeks pregnant? If you are actually 3 weeks that's only 1 week since conceiving so pretty early and very normal not to have morning sickness (if indeed you are going to get it).

    With my boy I had no morning sickness. With my girl I was very, very sick from 8 weeks to 14 weeks.

    I have a friend who was very sick for her entire pregnancies and she has 2 boys.

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    I have 3 boys and got really bad morning sickness with the eldest and youngest and not much with the middle.

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    I have a boy and girl. I was sick once with both at the same gestation.

    Dd - week 10 once.
    Ds - week 10 once.

    So the myth is incorrect for me.

    In saying that I am pregnant with number 3 and have been sick a lot. But I am sure it's a boy

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    I had no m/s and had a boy.

    My sister had the worst m/s and she too had a boy.

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Do you mean 3 weeks since conceiving? As in 5 weeks pregnant? If you are actually 3 weeks that's only 1 week since conceiving so pretty early and very normal not to have morning sickness (if indeed you are going to get it).

    With my boy I had no morning sickness. With my girl I was very, very sick from 8 weeks to 14 weeks.

    I have a friend who was very sick for her entire pregnancies and she has 2 boys.
    Oh I don't know I did a clear blue test on Friday and it said 2-3 weeks so is that not correct? From what I gather I ovulated on the 4th of this month!

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    If it said 2-3 it means you are 4-5 they go by weeks from ovulation

    ETA - I have been vomiting for 3 weeks, since 5 weeks and its bloody killing me !
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    With DS1 i was sick for 14wks, but just general morning sickness. Feel sick throw up feel better.

    With DS2 i had Hyperemesis from 5wks to 26wks (was hospitalized 3 times before 20wks).

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    I haven't had any morning sickness and I have 2 girls and 3 boys (inc twins). I don't believe in those theories.

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    I had nothing with ds 1 am 32 weeks with ds 2 and was nauseous from wks 4 to 18 went off a lot of foods even coffee which devastated me!

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    If it said 2-3 it means you are 4-5 they go by weeks from ovulation

    ETA - I have been vomiting for 3 weeks, since 5 weeks and its bloody killing me !
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    Thanks for that, going by that ill be due end of June! I have blood test at my dr tomorrow so hopefully will get more info on how all of this works!
    Thanks ladies for all your MS stories too very helpful to dispel the old wives tale!


 

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