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I mean this is my 1st so I really don't know what to expect. But friends have said that their symptoms varied from each gender? Girls make you sicker and make your face change etc.
Is this really true or just another myth? ;)
This is my second pregnancy and I have no idea what Im having yet, but I feel the same as I did with my son...so we will find out if its another boy!
With my son I didnt have hardly any nausea was just VERY tired and my boobs kept growing and growing, which is what is happening now! But who knows maybe I'll start to get sick...
Kelly, Mom to Christopher Shannon 9.27.06, Catherine Quinn 2.24.09, Trey Barton lost on 12.28.09, Therese Barton lost on 6.10.10, Joseph Sullivan 7.23.11, and our latest, Victoria Maren 11.15.12
Secondary infertility success with IVF, then two losses, one at 14 weeks and one at 10 weeks, then success with IUI and then just pure, crazy luck. Expecting our fifth in May as the result of a FET.
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I have 2 little boys and I didn't have any morning sickness at all. My friend has a little boy (no morning sickness) and she's 25 weeks pregnant with a little girl and she was sick the entire time.
It's probaby just a fluke, but I guess you have a 50/50 chance of it being right!
Myth! With my daughter I had no m/s at all. With my son I was sick till the day I gave birth to him. Pregnant with # 3 and this time only had m/s for the first 4 months now I feel great except my breast have tripled in size and hurt like crazy. So it is different with every woman and every pregnancy.
With each pregnancy I just had a feeling what it was going to be and I was always right. But this time...I started growing chin hairs and hair on my butt and I said I think I am having a boy...from his male hormones in my body, and yes, we are having a boy!