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    1 boy, 1 girl.

    Similar weight gain
    Craved sweet with DS, savoury with DD
    Had morning sickness with both but needed medication with DD
    Terrible reflux with both
    Carried DS very low, DD was up near my ribs.

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    1 boy, 1 girl.

    Similar weight gain
    Craved sweet with DS, savoury with DD
    Had morning sickness with both but needed medication with DD
    Terrible reflux with both
    Carried DS very low, DD was up near my ribs.

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    Thanks everyone for your answers so far :-)
    It's interesting to see how different everyone is really

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    I have one of each and my pregnancies have been almost identical.

    No ms, no fatigue, SPD from first trimester (much worse second time around), amazing hair and skin (suffer acne normally), no cravings, awful reflux and I gained pretty much the same amount of weight which all packed on after 20wks. With Dd my bp got very high towards the end and was on PE watch. With Ds it was always low but same symptoms. I was so sure I was having another girl I refused to buy anything until about a week before he arrived even though multiple scans confirmed he was male.

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    Lots of things the same (nausea, fatigue, bad skin) some things different. DD craved savoury, sweet with DS (but was diagnosed with GDM!). Less weight gain with DS - but that was due to a big effort on my part. Different shape bump - but DS was transverse lie with frogged legs until the last few weeks. Heaps of BH with DS, but like PP was my 2nd baby so more likely. So most differences have an explanation other than s3x of the baby.


 

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