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Sickness different with DC3???

(10 Posts)
FoofFighter Thu 07-Mar-13 13:45:51

dc 1 threw up once a day when I got up for a couple of weeks - girl
dc2 not a thing - boy
Preg3 (mmc) not a thing
This one - 24/7 nausea but no vomiting for 2-3 months. - let you know in August!

I don't think there's any truth to it at all tbh.

Creamtea1 Thu 07-Mar-13 13:39:18

Also it's still early - I felt ok at 7 weeks but by 8/9 I felt awful, all day and night.

beckie90 Thu 07-Mar-13 10:04:48

I'm preg with ds3 (same partner) and its been totally different but so has my other pregnancys. Ds1 no sickness/nausea. Bit of dizziness and more frequent urinating. Ds2 absolutely horrible nausea migraines etc etc. Ds3 I've had sickness this time probably every possible symptom going, people thought I was having a girl, but nope its my 3rd boy. There all different smile xx

I am currently 30 weeks pregnant with ds3.I have two ds from a previous relationship.My pregnancy this time has been completely different.No sickness just occasional nausea,sweet cravings,urinating more in early stages and now back pain.With first two I was sick from start to labour, craved savoury and had terrible heartburn.

My midwife said that a different partner makes a really big difference to the pregnancy.Hope that helps smile

Havingkittens Thu 07-Mar-13 09:44:11

Every single pregnancy is completely different. I've been pregnant 7 times in 5 years (obviously not resulting in 7 children!) and some I've felt sick, some I haven't, Sore boobs in only 2 of those, rhinitis in 2 of those, nosebleeds in just one etc. Same partner. There is no explanation, each one is individual.

Foxeym Thu 07-Mar-13 09:44:02

Yeah I know things are different this time, just makes me a bit worried that there is something wrong? I guess we all worry about things, feeling too sick, not feeling sick enough grin)

Ellypoo Thu 07-Mar-13 09:19:32

I have read that if your pg is with a diff partner it's often vv different. Also, with such a big age gap it's like this one is your first. Either of these can explain why you feel so different this time.

Sorry, didn't read your OP properly. I thought you were saying you felt more sick this time, not less. [tired]

I didn't have afternoon sickness only, but know others who did.

Are you sure DC3 isn't actually DC3 and DC4?
I felt much worse in the twin pregnancy than the others.

Foxeym Thu 07-Mar-13 09:13:36

Hi, I am currently 7 weeks with DC3. I have 2 DD with a different partner and they are 14 and 12 (needless to say this one is a bit of a shock). I had extremely bad morning sickness all day, every day all the way through with DD1 and not quite as bad with DD2 but still terrible nausea all the way through. However, with DC3 I have had occasional nausea through the day (mostly between about 3pm and 6pm) but other than that ive been fine. Has this happened to anyone else?? My new partner says its because its a boy so I'm feeling different (don't know if there is any truth to that)??

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