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    Default Morning sickness for subsequent pregnancies?

    I had terrible morning sickness with my beautiful baby girl.. so bad that I am fearful of being pregnant again.

    If you have had MS with your first.. what has it been like with your others?

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    I think every pregnancy is different. I felt fine with my daughter but horrible morning sickness the first 17 weeks with this pregnancy (which is a boy--not sure if that's the deciding factor for me).

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    My second pregnancy wasnt as bad morning sickness wise. Pain wise I had a lot more back and pelvis issues but I was heavier with ds2

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    Ms has been yucky first 2 and still here 11 weeks 3rd, but it's different each time. I have 2 kids now I have to cope but first I was in bed by 6pm and dp did all the cooking etc. I've heard of people not having in subsequents but not happened to me! This pregnancy was unplanned - I don't think I would have gone through this again deliberately ;-) sorry its just the most horrible thing we just have to hope it doesn't last too long. The good thing is when it's gone for me I usually feel great. All the best.

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    First pregnancy was severe morning sickness for a fair chunk lf my pregnancy. This time I have only thrown up on the odd occasion.

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    My first four I was sick, really sick and needed injections so I could eat something. They all lasted till about 25 week's. Number 5 was different, I was hardly sick with her!

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    Totally different. No morning sickness whatsoever this time 'round.

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    All pregnancies have been relatively the same for me in regards to morning sickness. It hasn't been too bad, it comes and goes.

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    First 2 pregnancies I was fine - going to bed early in first tri but not even a hint of ms. I generally felt great. This preg has been a shocker - puking daily, weeks 8-10 were a complete write off (couldn't work it do anything except sleep and feel miserable). Am 14.5 weeks now and still puking when brushing my teeth but generally starting to feel better!

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    Didnt have morning sickness with my first pregnancy (DD1), had severe morning sickness that lasted up until DD2 was born with second pregnancy

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