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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    Add me to the exception to the rule... Both ds's I had it, but the first one was waaaaay worse!

    Will find out in 20 weeks time what I've got this time round.. If it's a girl then my 'rule' will be the opposite to you!

    Lol ps I'm mucking around, not trying to be mean or anything
    Im an exception too hehe. 3 boys, 3 times of having HG.

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    I've had 3 sons, and pretty much never had MS. Just the faintest queasy feeling first thing, bit not enough to stop me eating breakfast.It CAN be a bad sign, meaning bub isn't growing, so hcg isn't increasing, but it can also be just how YOUR body reacts to pregnancy.All the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    Add me to the exception to the rule... Both ds's I had it, but the first one was waaaaay worse!

    Will find out in 20 weeks time what I've got this time round.. If it's a girl then my 'rule' will be the opposite to you!

    Lol ps I'm mucking around, not trying to be mean or anything
    Damn it! haha no, it's great to hear what others think about it! maybe you are just the opposite!! haha

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    Just to add all 3 of my last pregnancies I was terribly sick getting worse with with each subsiquent pregnancy. Also a couple of early miscarriages where I had no morning sickness in each. :/

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    My DS I had the worst morning sickness out of all and my other 2 are girls.

    I have heard that though but I guess it wasn't true in my case.

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    I have 2 DS's and no morning sickness for either pregnancy, really consider yourself lucky! (Although I know at the time you just want to feel pregnant!)

    I have a friend who is one of 6 girls, her mother never had a day of sickness with any of the pregnancies, she was extremely sick though with the one pregnancy she miscarried-and that was a little boy.

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    Take advantage of no morning sickness!!! I only had slight nausea early on. Hardly lasted but no ms at all. I too was worried about my pregnancy but besides horrid constipation I had a beautifully healthy pregnancy.

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    I had hardly any symptoms my entire pregnancy and have a healthy 7 month old baby boy... No MS at all... My mum had 7 pregnancies & MS for all 7 for the whole time...My HCG was always perfectly fine and within the range, try not to worry too much, you may be one of the lucky ones, my OB used to say he'd give me a 10/10 for pregnancy!

    Remember with HCG they give you a range because it varies so much from person to person.

    Good luck with the rest of your pregnancy 😀

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    Ive had about 5 'off days' my entire pregnancy & I'm now in my 3rd trimester! I had friends express concern that I wasn't having many symptoms in my 1st trimester which made me feel awful & worried.

    But I've had an amazing pregnancy & consider myself very lucky!

    Everyone is different. Ask your Mum what her pregnancy was like, my pregnancy is following the same path as hers.

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    I didn't have any ms with either of my pregnancies. We have a 2.5 year old DD and are expecting number two in a few weeks. I didn't worry about it, just thanked my lucky stars!
    I did have other symptoms like being extremely tired and getting a few pimples (which I never do).
    All the best with your pregnancy.


    Me 39 DF 35
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