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Second pregnancy no morning sickness!?

(17 Posts)
goodbyekitty123 Fri 14-Dec-12 14:17:37

I didn't get morning sickness until I was around the 8/9 week mark (same as my first pregnancy). On the one hand I was relieved as I felt better knowing something was happening, but on the other hand I felt bloody awful! I wasn't actually sick, just nausea. It eased up and then disappeared around 13/14 weeks. And now I just have heartburn all the time! Oh the joys ;)

I reckon you may be lucky and escape the dreaded MS if you haven't already got it and you did at this point the first time round. Good luck!

LoveYouForeverMyBaby Fri 14-Dec-12 14:09:14

thank you kate fingers crossed it doesn't mean anything then and "they" atre right, all pregnancies are different.

katesav87 Fri 14-Dec-12 08:18:58

I could of written ur post I had hymperemesis with my first DD and only nausea and slight sickness from about 10-12 weeks with this one was sure something was wrong but I'm 16 weeks now so alls ok xxx

LoveYouForeverMyBaby Fri 14-Dec-12 06:17:43

I had no ms with dd and currently 4+6 and so far no ms with this one.

Artemis206 Fri 14-Dec-12 00:33:49

I'm 35 weeks with my 2nd, had no morning sickness at all in the 1st trimester. 2nd trimester was when it hit. Each pregnancy is different, I had sickness in the 1st trimester with my son.

confuddledDOTcom Thu 13-Dec-12 23:33:25

I only had MS in the one I miscarried which is thought to have been triplets, I've had four girls since then and pregnant with my first boy, other than being a little more tickled stomach/ travel sick I've been sick probably about 5-8 times in total.

I know that my mum suffered badly with me but didn't with the other two (two girls, one boy) so I guess it's definitely down to each individual pregnancy/ pregnancy.

diyqueen Thu 13-Dec-12 23:08:12

I'm 7 weeks with dc2 as well and not feeling do sick this time, just as you describe - though I have been feeling z little queasy today which is a kind of relief! Dc1 is a girl, I think I'm already convinced dc2 -all being well- will be a boy...

musttidyupBeforeSantaComes Thu 13-Dec-12 21:56:27

Yes I heard that too but not in my case! Mine are close together (18 months between first two and 26 months between next. It's chaotic fun. grin

effyzm Thu 13-Dec-12 21:53:07

I'm 9 weeks with my second. Had morning sickness with my first, none with this one. A bit of nausea with this one though. Strange would have thought I'd get it again x

Clouise1626 Thu 13-Dec-12 21:43:20

Really? Ive heard girls are suppose to make you more sicky but obviously not in your case! smile my girl's only just about to turn 20 months...eek!

musttidyupBeforeSantaComes Thu 13-Dec-12 21:40:24

I had sickness with first, awful nausea with second and nothing at all with third. Boy boy girl.

tasmaniandevilchaser Thu 13-Dec-12 21:40:05

Hi, I was very sick from 6-18 wks with DD, just couldn't manage to get it under control, couldn't face eating most foods. With this pg, it's been so much easier, I have felt sick but I'd just eat something and then feel,better. Totally manageable.

Clouise1626 Thu 13-Dec-12 21:38:22

Aww i have a little girl so a little boy would be lovely smile

Clouise1626 Thu 13-Dec-12 21:37:46

None atall? Thats good id rather have none as i dont cope well with sickness but just wanted to make sure it was in the norm! smile

LaCiccolina Thu 13-Dec-12 21:36:52

I haven't had nausea/sickness with either. Both tuned out same sex. Perhaps urs is opposite then to what u presently have?

Congrats n best o luck!

Pantofino Thu 13-Dec-12 21:35:42

I never had any in my PG. My dd is nearly 9.

Clouise1626 Thu 13-Dec-12 21:34:55

Hi, Im 7weeks +1 with my second.
Im just a bit curious if anyone else has felt less sicky with their second?
With my first my morning sickness was horrendous and i ended up dehydrated and on a drip in hospital and now i have no sickness atall with this pregnancy. I know every babys diffrent but this seems to be from one extreme to another!

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