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I'm pregnant with baby no. 3. I've never experienced morning sickness before. Just wondering if it could mean bub is a different sex to the other 2? Finding out tomorrow!!!
Yep! It’s a 50% chance it’s a different gender ;)
Honestly though some bodies handle pregnancy different each time and a lot of the time it doesn’t mean it’s a different gender. Fingers crossed you get what you’re hoping for!!
I had no morning sickeness with boys but bad morning sickness with my girls.
But I’ve heard others say they had it with girls and not boys.
If you haven’t had it before then I think it’s a good chance it’s a difference sex. Good luck tomorrow!
I hope the morning sickness ends soon for you and would love to know if it did mean a different sex
I only get morning sickness with girls.
I had dreadful morning sickness with my son and not my daughter. It's indicative of pregnancy hormones, nit gender
I hAd two boys . First pregnancy the morning sickness was so severe I was hospitalised for4 weeks . Two years later , pregnant with boy number two , and not a single drop of sickness . So it doesnt mean anything . In my case at least.
Had no morning sickness with my first one and horrible one (6 months of non stop spewing) with my second. Both are boys lol
I had what I'm certain was HG with my son (it was basically unheard of at that point, thanks Duchess Kate for bringing some attention to the horrible condition).
I had more standard morning sickness with my girls, those 2 pregnancies were basically identical and entirely different to my sons pregnancy.
That's purely some anecdotal evidence though lol.
I got no sickness with my son. And was violently ill with my 2 girls. Did you find out what your having?
Very little sickness with my first (boy) and then pretty sick with my second (girl).
It's annoying that everyone is so different and doesn't always mean it's a clue of what sex baby is.
I have 3 kids, a girl and 2 boys. I was so sick with my daughter who was my first and put on heaps of weight from fluid and eating to keep the nausea at bay. I was petrified to have any more. But with my boys I had very minimal nausea and hardly put on any weight. I knew straight away my second boy was a boy because I felt exactly the same as I did when I was pregnant with my first son.
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