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different pregnancies

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themumfairy Tue 28-Jul-15 15:35:01

how did everyone pregnancy differ between boys and girls? I've got 2 ds and both pregnancies were pretty similar. I'm expecting #3 and this pregnancy is completely different. I'm much more tired and craving fruit and sweets where with the boys it was ice and crisps. I can't help but wonder if this is a little girl

youlemming Tue 28-Jul-15 16:01:48

Both my first and current are girls and I've had very different pregnancies.
Number 1 went very smooth in terms of appointments and everything going to schedule even being born on her due date, this one I've had 5 scans now due to not being in the right position to get the 20wk measurements and reduced growth, been in the assessment unit 3 time's with pain or reduced movements and had 2 wks of very realistic practice contractions running up to due date this Fri.
But it could indicate a girl for you this time, you never know until the scan.

Jengnr Wed 29-Jul-15 05:58:22

1st pregnancy - boy. Very early bleeding (heavy). Nausea but no vomiting. Hair thick and shiny, nails strong and grew well and skin glowed. Eczema completely cleared up. Movement but often had to be coerced with cold drinks etc.

Current pregnancy - girl. Small specks of blood early on. Vomiting 2-3 times a day from 8-30 weeks. Nausea and lots of it. Dry skin, lank hair and eczema did not clear. Very strong movements (this bit is uncomfortable but ace) and felt them from 14 weeks. I feel and look great now (36+5) but it has been absolutely awful.

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