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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    Never had morning sickness in any pregnancy, and I have 2 girls and a boy.

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    you lucky so and so BigRedV LOL (said in a loving manner of course, I'm only a cow part time and fortunately im off duty this morning)

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    Violently ill for the entire pregnancy and had a girl. My MS stopped a week before giving birth .

    When we decide to have number two I just hope I don't get that kind of MS again.

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    Default Re: Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    None at all with my first.

    I guess slight with my second. I felt quite nauseous for some time and had a bit of night sickness.

    Both were boys.

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    No difference between genders here.

    I have 3 girls and 3 boys.

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    Bad ms from 5 weeks to 15 weeks with regular vomiting - girl

    Now at 7 weeks with #2 and the ms is worse than last time. If there's any chance it gets worse with each pregnancy we will have to rethink having a third

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    Felt tired and a little ill with my girl ..

    Very very sick .. Barely move ( didn't vomit though) .. Stopped at 12.5 weeks .. This one is a boy

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

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    you lucky so and so BigRedV LOL (said in a loving manner of course, I'm only a cow part time and fortunately im off duty this morning)
    Never vomited once

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    I was hospitalised for six weeks due to severe MS with DS.

    This time I've been sick, but managing it better and medication has helped, unsure of sex.

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    My first pregnancy with dd I just felt slight nausea some mornings. This time around I'm having twins and there has been no vomiting but very bad nausea, headaches and tiredness.


 

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