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    Sick with nausea 24/7 for first 3 months then it eased off a bit and completely went by 5 months. I was so crook!! I had a boy.

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    I had horrible MS when I was pregnant with DS.
    I think each pregnancy, and its symptoms, are different.

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    One pregnancy, DS, no morning sickness at all.

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    I had one week of MS with DD and it was manageable enough for me to go to work that week. I never threw up once. I think it started at 8 weeks.

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    My MS was pretty much the same for both kids. Boy & girl.

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    We're having a girl. I had nothing until 7 weeks, then at 7 weeks I was nauseas to the point of being bedridden all week with only about 3 vomits all week. Between 8-12 weeks, I had maybe 5-6 morning vomits, and that was it! So I think it really is a myth.

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    I had zero mining sickness and I'm having a princess

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    *morning not mining lol!!! Oh and zero nausea either

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    My first (a boy) I threw up everyday from 6 weeks until he was born at 42 weeks and was hospitalised a few times.

    Second (another boy) I threw up until 34-35ish weeks

    Third, well I'm only 6 weeks so far and the vomiting has already started, only time will tell what this one is

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    I had heaps with my daughter but I think it was the vitamins I was on because as soon as I stopped taking them I stopped throwing up.

    None with my son but I didn't take the vitamins for long


 
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