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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    not sure but from what you've described, it sounds a bit brutal.

    totally an old wives tale I know, but girls = ms. plus most people I've know who had girls got it bad too.

    but again, it's really just an old wives tale mixed with some local anecdotal stories.
    Both boys I have had severe morning sickness needing to be medicated, lasted until 25 weeks with DS1 and currently 21 weeks and still needing meds. With my daughter I had no sickness. ☺️

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    I spewed my whole pregnancy with my boy, this baby is a girl and I stopped at 14 weeks.

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    definitely an old wives tale then that is supported by selective anecdotal evidence!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    definitely an old wives tale then that is supported by selective anecdotal evidence!!
    I had DS following me around before bedtime as I kept running to vomit, forcing a cough and saying 'yuck yuck.' 😳

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    I actually think I've been extremely lucky with morning sickness? Lol. Haven't vomited once and nausea is segregated to specific portions of the day. I think I've been better off than the majority.

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    I think boy based on head shape.

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    Congratulations!!! The potty shots made it much more obvious and see it turns out the bits are because you have a beautiful little boy in the making!!! 🎉

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