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    Default 2 children very different pregnancies or very similar?

    and what gender?... ds is nearly 3 and my pregnancy with him was amazingly easy! lots of energy, i glowed from day 1, never felt sick at all, put on no weight....... this one only 6 weeks in im exhausted, nauseous, look and feel terrible, bump already, look like im puffy already.... does this mean a dd this time? interested to hear how others pregnancy differed and what you had

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    I have 4 boys, apart from the twins - which was a very different pregnancy, with DS1 I felt sick all the time, vomiting, dry retching etc. With DS4 I had no nausea at all. So yes, very different.

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    All 3 exactly the same- 2 boys and a girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    I have 4 boys, apart from the twins - which was a very different pregnancy, with DS1 I felt sick all the time, vomiting, dry retching etc. With DS4 I had no nausea at all. So yes, very different.
    how did you feel with the twins?

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    First pregnancy: Had a boy- early nausea, put on 20kg (I was teeny tiny to begin with though, so 20 kg gain had me at a healthy weight by 40 weeks), no complications whatsoever, spontaneous labour.

    Second pregnancy: Had a girl. Experienced the same early nausea. Gained around 6-7 kg in total this time, but I was a decent weight to start with. No complications. Induced labour as baby was posteria position and labour failed to progress after my waters broke naturally at home.

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    I felt queasy for about 2 weeks and then it went away. It was very uncomfortable by the end though, couldn't breathe, I had a head stuck up under my rib cage - blergh!

    Quote Originally Posted by KillerHeels View Post
    how did you feel with the twins?

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    First pregnancy: DS- I suffered morning sickness my entire pregnancy but other than that I had no other pregnancy related issues.

    Second pregnancy: DD- morning sickness subsided at about 20 weeks, I suffered with sciatica pain and cluster head aches for the majority of my pregnancy.

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    Ds - vomiting for the first 13 weeks, constant nausea from conception to birth with only afew good days in between.
    Dd (angel) - vomiting the entire 15 weeks.
    Dd2 - vomiting the first 11 weeks then felt great! (Aside from a sore back)

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    All three of my pregnancies were the same no morning sickness or anything. I had two girls and a boy.

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    DS - nausea for the first trimester, sciatica from about 24 weeks, swollen feet
    DD - nausea (a bit worse) for first trimester, a bit of sciatic pain, swollen everything...developed into preeclampsia

    So very similar really


 

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