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  • I had morning sickness all the way through and my baby was a girl

    12 14.29%
  • I had morning sickness only for the first trimester and my baby was a girl

    31 36.90%
  • I had morning sickness all the way through and my baby was a boy

    11 13.10%
  • I had morning sickness only for the first trimester and my baby was a boy

    36 42.86%
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    Default Morning sickness and baby gender

    So here's my extremely scientific effort towards finding out whether there is a link between morning sickness and the gender of the sproglet.

    Yes, that's a scientific term

    So basically just tick the option that applies - you can pick more than one if you have multiple children and multiple options apply.

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    But I didn't have morning sickness at all and I had a boy, does that fit into your scientific thingy?

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    My 1st 2 pregnancies I had morning sickness for about 2 hours once a week to 12 weeks and then it stopped and I had two boys and with my last pregnancy I had morning sicknes 24/7 for 5 and half months and had another boy. In my mothers group my friend had no morning sickness at all and had twins (boy/girl)

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    I had no morning sickness a little nausea until 8 weeks and I had a Girl

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    I am sorry

    BUT


    I had severe morning sickness first trimester, had a boy.

    Second pregnancy I had severe morning sickness first trimester, had a girl


    This pregnancy I have had no vomitting just queasiness..and well what am i having? a monster?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummy2AlexandMary

    This pregnancy I have had no vomitting just queasiness..and well what am i having? a monster?

    Ooh can I ring the tabloids, this could be front page material!

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    Yeh, I had severe morning sickness for the first trimester and Im having a girl!

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    1st pregnancy all day sickness for my whole pregnancy, had a boy.
    2nd pregnancy all day sickness till 20 weeks, had a boy.
    From what I've heard m/s is caused by the amount of pregnancy hormone in your system.
    I'll be 6 weeks on sunday with pregnancy #3 and so far I've had no urge to
    It would be nice to let myself think that this might mean a girl... but I'm trying not to let myself think that.

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    First pregnancy (Girl) I had m/s from weeks 6-10. It was annoying but bearable.

    Second pregnancy (Boy) I had m/s from weeks 6-14. It was much, much worse than it was with my daughter, I felt like hell.

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    hjmm ill hae to agree, i was hospitalized 1 extra visit(my visits are 2 days) when pregnant with DD..


    so maybe the worse the m/s a girl? i dont know because then that dismisses Sarie's information.

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