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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    I had no morning sickness with DD. This baby, I was sooo sick for 12 weeks it was awful! I still have my head in the bowl some days and I'm past 18 weeks. I'll be finding out the gender on Tuesday. I think it's another girl.
    We are having a boy.

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    no sickness at all, and im having a girl!!

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    Horrific, violently ill, on-and-off hospitalised, vomiting blood, nose bleeding from the pressure until the day they were born with twin boys.
    Hoping for a girl next time for comparison!

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    I had absolutely zero morning sickness (or other symptoms tbh) and I had a little princess

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    Slight queasiness in first trimester. Threw up twice. Had boy/girl twins.

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    Im almost 19 weeks with a Boy (VERY clear willy shot on the ultrasound) and not a single day of sickness. I felt a tad strange in the stomach at approx week 4 for 1-2 days ... But that could have been that I had just flown 13hrs straight to Las Vegas, Sat 9hrs in an Airport, Spent another 2 hrs on a plane then when We got there after being awake almost 30hrs straight (since leaving our home in Australia) ... They lost our bags!!!

    But ill say. For me. A boy - Zip sickness. No food aversions etc.

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    With my girl - morning sickness until birth, only one or two food aversions.

    With my boy- still sick at 21 weeks, more severe than with my first, lots of food aversions!

    I think I'm just unlucky?? :/

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    Default Bad Morning sickness Vs None or Slight Morning Sickness

    I've had minimal morning sickness, have thrown up half a dozen times (am 18 weeks). Having a girl

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    First pregnancy - ill all the way through, could hardly eat, lost heaps of weight - boy
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    3rd pregnancy - no morning sickness at all - boy

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    Really bad all day sickness the whole way with DS.

    Havent had any sickness this time and I am apparently having a girl.

    However, I still personally dont believe there is any link between MS and gender.


 

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