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    1 boy 1 girl
    Back to back pregnancies (13months apart)
    Both totally different
    Boy, I was really sick and tired, couldn't sleep and super anxious.
    Girl, was much better.... Enjoyed it more but was really really over being pregnant by this stage.

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    My first 2 were really similar, 3rd was different

    DS1 -so sick I was hospitalised a few times with HG, was sick right up til the moment he was born. Extremely low blood pressure causing fainting. HcG so low to start they told me to prepare for the worst. No signs of labour, induced at 42 weeks, 14 hour labour

    DS2 - extremely sick with HG again, stopped at around 34 weeks this time, low BP again, but this time HcG was through the roof, they expected to find twins at first scan but didnt. Had a placental abruption at 38 weeks, 32 hour labour.

    DS3 - really sick again with HG but it stopped at 18 weeks this time. Easiest pregnancy of the lot. Was so relaxed and calm. DS came naturally at 39+5, 5.5 hour labour.

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    I had 4 girls and besides some complications with the last 2 pregnancies I felt exactly the same with all 4. No morning sickness, still had energy, didn't turn off much food. My cravings were different though with DD3 it was banana cake and DD4 it was frozen coke.

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    DS - no morning sickness, high blood pressure from 30+ weeks (had to be monitored), bad swelling in feet/ legs from 30+ weeks, pre-eclampsia, breech, waters broke at 38 weeks, emergency c section.

    Pregnancy #2 - nausea (throwing up after just eating. Stopped about 12-14 weeks), migraines, spd, sciatica, threatened gd (hasn't developed though), sore back, tired.

    It will be interesting if it's a girl or boy.


    ⭐️DS born March, 2010⭐️
    ⭐️Baby #2 due Feb, 2014⭐️
    ⭐️Me=29 💗 DP=34⭐️


 

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