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    A Friend of mine has MS from 3.5 weeks till birth with all 3 of hers, was hospitalised for dehydration at least once during each pregnancy. she has 1 boy & 2 Girls.

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    Ive had morning (all day, rather) sickness since 10 weeks.. I'm 22 weeks now and its finally starting to calm down. Im only sick once in the morning then only nauseous if I don't eat. I found out on Saturday it's a girl so maybe that explains why I've had so much morning sickness.

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    I love this thread! Good myth buster

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    Two easy sickness-free pregnancies... both boys.

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    I had equally as bad sickness and vomiting (for the whole pregnancy) with both of my pregnancies, and I had a girl and a boy.

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    I had hyperemesis with both of my girls, and just really bad morning sickness with my boy.

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    With both my girls I had morning sickness up until about 12 weeks, first pregnancy quite bad until the 12 weeks and a girl, second pregnancy it was quite a bit more fierce until about 12 weeks and also a girl and this pregnancy it was worse still up until about 14 weeks and an ultrasound has said a boy. So worse with the boy.

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    Yes this was definitely the case for me, my first 2 children were boys and I had no morning sickness at all and then when I became pregnant with our daughter I was so sick for 10 weeks I had to carry a bucket round.

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    Default Morning sickness myth

    Myth! I felt nauseous but never threw up for about the first 14 weeks then was fine, I had a girl.

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    I was sick all day everyday for the whole 41 weeks

    I had heartburn and even vomited once I arrived at the hospital and it was a girl with lots of hair!!!!!

    Scared to go again incase I'm sick again!!!!


 

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