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Old May 13th, 2017, 03:28 AM   11
Lyd
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This is my second pregnancy and the nausea was absolutely way worse. I was so bad. Constant nausea throughout the day, gagging and throwing up. So friggin exhausted all the time. I actually told my mum I can't go on like this for much more. Was prescribed cyclizine to help with the sickness but it didn't help much. Since about 13-14 weeks the nausea has left me but I'm still being sick after everything I eat. Was 24 with first and now I'm 30.

Never ever again lol!!!!



 
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Old May 13th, 2017, 07:56 AM   12
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There's no obvious reason for me. I had no sickness at all with DS1. This child however made me sick morning noon and night for the entire first trimester and most of second tri too. It's another boy so gender didn't play a part for us.



 
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Old May 13th, 2017, 12:37 PM   13
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I had normal ms with my first two. With my third I had horrendous hyperemesis up to 16/18 weeks. They were all girls.

This time my sickness is better than ever. Just in the mornings but nothing the past few days. We obviously don't know what we are having yet.

I was told with my third that if I conceived again I'd probably get hyperemesis again. Possibly a boy this time?



 
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Old May 13th, 2017, 14:03 PM   14
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I didn't have any sickness with my son (I think I felt slightly queasy once or twice), but I did have strong food aversions. I was practically a vegetarian the whole pregnancy. I'm having a girl this time and definitely had the morning sickness this time. Still not terrible compared to some mamas, but it was every day queasiness the first trimester and I had to be careful not to do things like brush my teeth right after eating. Other symptoms have been different, too. Not as much exhaustion and heartburn this time, and no weight gain even though I gained a lot with Teddy.

There are no other significant differences in my life - it's only been two years since my last pregnancy, same dad, etc, so I'm blaming it on the baby's sex.



 
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Old May 15th, 2017, 03:52 AM   15
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Following my other post on here saying I'm feeling more nauseas this pregnancy than my previous 2 (one of each) and this one it turns out is a boy. In my case gender hasn't made much difference but maybe it's because it's my third pregnancy or because I'm a couple of years older?



 
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Old May 15th, 2017, 12:52 PM   16
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With my first which is a boy I had pretty bad ms and I was 30. this time I'm 36 and it was full blown HG weeks 6-20. It's another boy so I'm not sure gender has made any difference to me also I am so so so much more tired this time around!



 
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Old May 18th, 2017, 01:21 AM   17
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I had normal ms with my first two. With my third I had horrendous hyperemesis up to 16/18 weeks. They were all girls.

This time my sickness is better than ever. Just in the mornings but nothing the past few days. We obviously don't know what we are having yet.

I was told with my third that if I conceived again I'd probably get hyperemesis again. Possibly a boy this time?
This is interesting as I also have HG with my second (2nd boy and barely a week of nausea with my first boy) I also got told to expect HG this time and so far I've just had nausea and dry heaving for over 10 weeks.. goes to show there is hope for HG sufferers!



 
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Old May 18th, 2017, 02:25 AM   18
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Sorry, I dont have personal experience with more than one pregnancy. However, every single women on my side of the family had MS for the whole 9 months of pregnancy and I prepared myself for it. I am 16 weeks and until today the only MS I thought I had was my Prenatal Vits making me sick, as soon as I stopped them I felt fine. Each person and each pregnancy is different, changes in diet, age, levels of progesterone/HCG can all make a difference (this is what I have read)

Sorry if I wasnt of much help, and goodluck!



 
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Old May 18th, 2017, 21:29 PM   19
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I hope your ms ends at the normal time so you don't have to feel like I have.



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Old May 18th, 2017, 21:49 PM   20
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With each pregnancy, for me anyways, it got worse with each one. It wasn't because of a certain gender unfortunately. It was just because I think that my body was rundown from previous pregnancies. I didn't have as much nutritional stores so it left me feeling nauseated all the time and the only way to quell the nausea was to eat. With my first baby (a girl) I didn't have any nausea. I didn't even know what morning sickness was! With my second it was like someone punched me in the face. I was sick with him 24/7 until I was 16 weeks. With my third (a girl) it went away at 18 weeks. With this one (a boy) it was 20 weeks. I've now just started to get an appetite again.



 
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