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Old Apr 29th, 2011, 08:50 AM   1
mummylove
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Different symptoms to a boy or girl


Well I just want to know what symptoms was different when u was expect a girl to expecting a boy so this is more for people with a boy and girl.

The thing is I have a daughter and I dont think my sickness started till about 7-8 weeks maybe later and I only had it for a few weeks but i was sick all through the day for 2 weeks but with this pregnancy i started getting morning sickness at 5 and half weeks and ive had it ever since im not sick all through the day but im sick after i eat. We are thinking we are aving a boy this time.



 
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Old Apr 29th, 2011, 09:15 AM   2
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I cant speak from personal experience hun, but I have asked my sister and mother this question, both of which have had boys and girls and they all said, it really wasnt based on gender, my mom who has had 3 girls and a boy said she was terrible sick with 2 girls and no sickness with one girl and the boy, my aunt said she was really sick with her first daughter and then no sickness with her daughter and son, my sister said, she had really bad sickness with her second son, and my other sister said she was really sick with one son and not sick with the other, I really think it has NOTHING to do with gender and more to do with every pregnancy is different.

In recent studies it suggested that woman who were diagnosed with hyperemesis in early pregnancy had a 52 percent chance of having a girl, compared with a 48 percent chance of having a boy, not much a percentage difference there in clinical studies....



 
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Old Apr 29th, 2011, 09:18 AM   3
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Well i have 2 boys and touch wood i've never been physically sick with any pregnancy, although this pregnancy i've definately felt more tired and sick, but that could be to do with having the other two here to run after! I really dont think its so black and white in knowing whether its a boy or a girl, i think every 'body, baby and pregnancy' differs but not depending on the sex, I dont think anyway xx



 
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Old Apr 29th, 2011, 10:50 AM   4
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I have a boy and this time we are expecting at least one girl, if not two (only one cooperated at the last scan, so I have a confirmed girl and we aren't sure what the other one is yet.) This pregnancy has been exactly the same as my last one. Really no differences at all.



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