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    Completely different! My DD I was sick 24/7, had no appetite had to force myself to eat and was excessively tired. She was exactly 2 weeks early, waters broke and she was born 24 hours later. My DS on the other hand no sickness until 9 weeks, had zero symptoms, I ate EVERYTHING in sight. He was 3 days overdue, labour was only 2.5 hours and he was born as my waters broke.

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    Pretty much the same... One boy and this one will be a girl.

    My first (boy) I never had morning sickness just a bit of nausea and had really tired spells. Heartburn all the time and a really sore lower back the last few months. And my cravings were whatever anyone would mention regarding food lol.

    I'm 21 weeks with a girl and had the same kind of first trimester except not as tired. Heartburn hasn't been too bad and I haven't had that many cravings. And generally feel pretty good!

    Can't believe it's been easier (so far).

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    I'm only 13 weeks along but I have noticed that I'm feeling the aches and pains a lot sooner. My hips didn't hurt or pop when I moved around until I was 5 months along with DS.. I'm only 13 weeks along and my hips are aching. My lower back is also starting to hurt as well.


 

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