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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    (22yo) 1st pregnancy, a bit queasy until 12 weeks and then nothing. No vomiting.

    (24yo) 2nd pregnancy, HG. Throwing up from before a positive pregnancy test up until he was a few days old. Between 8-20 weeks I lived wholly on canned soup watered down Gatorade as it was the only thing I could minimally keep down.

    (25yo) 3rd pregnancy, queasy until about 10 weeks. Threw up twice.

    (26yo) 4th pregnancy, no morning sickness.
    Was there any pattern... Eg no morning sickness meant you had a boy etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kylie764 View Post
    Was there any pattern... Eg no morning sickness meant you had a boy etc?
    It was boy, boy, girl, boy. So not really.

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    First baby at 30 and second at 33, both times I had manageable all-day nausea until about 14 weeks but no vomiting. Both pregnancies were pretty much identical except that second time around I had strong Braxton Hicks from around 16weeks and lots of ligament pain.

    I've got a girl and a boy so the gender didn't seem to change anything.

    Just luck of the draw I guess!

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    I think it's luck of the drawer although I did wonder about age myself.

    First pregnancy at 21 barely knew I was pregnant. It totally didn't impact my life physically.

    Second pregnancy at 38 again no MS but I was far more tired.

    Third pregnancy at 43 omg horrid awful. I had MS pretty much the entire time, exhausted and in pain.

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    I've had 7 pregnancies and my morning sickness aka all day sickness has been the same for all of them. Two of them it stopped earlier than the others. That was my 3rd and 6th pregnancy and the 6th ended in a mmc.
    Otherwise it's been roughly 7 weeks of all day nausea. I vomited more with numbers 1, 4 and 7.
    First pregnancy at 18/19 last pregnancy at 34/35. Age made no difference at all to me.
    My first pregnancy was the hardest.
    I was lucky to have no other problems aside from the sickness part.

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    I was reading something that says it has to do with gut health...which makes sense.


 

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