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    This is my 4th singleton pregnancy and the only one I've had hyperemesis with, my hcg levels weren't that high (according to beta base), I've always gotten ms before my period would of been due. MS and hcg levels aren't a good indication of twins at all.

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    Both my pregnancies were singletons. #1- MS started at 10 weeks. #2, 5 weeks. Different pregnancy, different symptoms.


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    I have a singleton and twins. I suffered morning sickness from 6 weeks with DS, till 14 weeks then on and off till he was born. When I was pregnant with my twins, I had almost no morning sickness, to the point that I was testing almost weekly to make sure I was still pregnant. When we found out I was carrying twins, it was a massive shock, as there'd been no hints at all.

    Only an ultrasound will tell for sure.

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    I've had two pregnancies and not had any morning sickness with either.

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    I suffered from hyperemesis with my son and it was nowhere near as bad when I was pregnant with my twins. I'm not sure if it was because I was expecting it so I took more precautions to prevent getting really sick. The morning sickness also started and eased off at around the same time during both pregnancies. Started around 5 weeks and went until about 15 weeks.

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    Thanks everyone for your input and thoughts. it's all good things to think about. the main theme though seemed to be theres no real way to tell without an ultrasound. i shall keep that in mind.

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    I've had 4 singleton pregnancies and the nausea/vomiting has been pretty bad with all of them (2 ended in mmc's at or after 10wks). The first one was not too bad comparatively speaking but dd, angel #2 and future-ds have all been medicated in attempts to stop vomiting at all hours of the day.

    It seems I am just unlucky in that my hormones are sky high very early on and my body doesn't cope with it

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    I've been sick since about 3 weeks with the twins but with my girl singletons I was also quite sick early on but not with the singleton boys.

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    I'm a twin and my mum only had a small amount of morning sickness while pregnant with us. She didn;t have any with my brothers before us (two singletons)


 

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