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Those of you with twins, did you get morning sickness very early on?

(33 Posts)
Picante Tue 09-Dec-08 08:15:01

Would like to know... wink

lulururu Tue 09-Dec-08 10:07:36

yes very early on and VERY intensely. as early as 4weeks. and showing by 8weeks. do you have a suspicion that there might be two brewing?

RubyrubytheRubynosedReindeer Tue 09-Dec-08 10:09:58

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Quadrophenia Tue 09-Dec-08 10:11:20

yes

curlywurlycremeegg Tue 09-Dec-08 10:12:14

I have a suspicion that I may have two on the way. Have already had one twin pregnancy but has a missed miscarriage of one of the twins at 12 weeks. I haven't had a dating scan but am having an anomoly scan on 29th Dec. Am bracing myself grin

curlywurlycremeegg Tue 09-Dec-08 10:12:56

Oh and with the twin preg I had horrific m/s to the point where I was seeing a CPN as I felt suicidal

curlyredhead Tue 09-Dec-08 10:13:02

v early - nauseous on CD27 progressing to throwing up by 5 weeks.

pophas2boybeans Tue 09-Dec-08 11:34:14

no, none at all with mine (I'm having boys) but my sister had awful morning sickness with hers. (Shes having one of each).

ChopsTheDuck Tue 09-Dec-08 11:47:56

not earlier I dont think, but more intense.

Picante Tue 09-Dec-08 12:39:23

Thanks. Don't have twins in the family at all but started feeling sick 7 dpo which I reckon is pretty early!

AbricotsSecs Tue 09-Dec-08 12:42:01

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AbricotsSecs Tue 09-Dec-08 12:43:01

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ChopsTheDuck Tue 09-Dec-08 18:25:46

Momma!!

<<BIG HUGS!>> gringrin

I'm great thanks, I've been about here and there, but what with this and that I jsut cannot keep up with that thread!

I thought of you at the weekend, when I corrupted your spicy chicken stew recipe to make game stew!

<sorry for the hijack>

idobelieveinsanta Tue 09-Dec-08 18:31:06

Nope...not a minute of it with either set......tiredness however...ohhhh yessss [nods like the churchill dog]

hattyyellow Tue 09-Dec-08 18:37:31

Nope, very little morning sickness with my twins - far worse with my singleton pregnancy! Tiredness was earth shattering with the twins though..

magnummum Wed 10-Dec-08 07:13:39

Yes, early and much worse than singleton pregnancy, as was the tiredness. Was so convinced something wasn't right as it all felt so different was really relieved to find out it was twins rather than anything elsesmile

throckenholt Wed 10-Dec-08 07:29:46

no - not early - but it was bad - so much so that I decided I would never had kids again even if I lost this one (before I knew it was twins). It didn't last past 12 weeks I don't think.

throckenholt Wed 10-Dec-08 07:32:50

tiredness however - that was much worse with my first (singleton ) -I used to lock the office door at work and go to sleep on the floor for an hour blush.

I guess the rule is you can't tell by symptoms - they vary from person to person.

I had some nausea from weeks 8-16 but no vomitting. Crippling tiredness by 3pm. I had B/G twins.

AbricotsSecs Wed 10-Dec-08 19:57:44

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Tortington Wed 10-Dec-08 20:02:56

not specifically arly on - although i dont know what this means really.

i can tell you that it was signif diff from 1st born singleton, in that i had what i proably consider normal morning sickness with 1

buti chucked my effing ring up daily bile bile bile

duckyfuzz Wed 10-Dec-08 20:09:57

no morning sickness at all here

MagdaMagyarMadam Wed 10-Dec-08 20:24:09

no m/s at all, although my sense of smell became very acute and warped. I thought I was surrounded by dogpoo - very weird!

Lazycow Wed 10-Dec-08 20:40:24

No personal experience but the 3 women I know with twins (all of whom had at least one other child) all complained that they were more sick for longer in the twin pregnancy than in their other ones.

Geepers Wed 10-Dec-08 20:42:14

I had worse sickness with the twins than with my singleton pregnancies. It started about 7 weeks and was actually physically throwing up for a few weeks, which never happened for me when just having one baby.

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