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07/09/2014 at 10:21
If you had one of each, how different were your pregnancies?
If you had 2 the same, how similar were your pregnancies?
07/09/2014 at 10:32
I have two boys and a girl and had three pretty similar pregnancies. No nausea or MS in any of them, similar sized bump although popped out a lot sooner each time, and similar sized babies at the end (8lb 1oz, 8lb 9oz and 8lb 6oz). Only difference was more tired with each subsequent one and pain from my appendix scar which was worse with #2 but barely there with #3.
07/09/2014 at 11:19
Thanks Margot. I was wondering if there was any truth that pregnancies are different depending on what you're having.my mum had a hard time carrying boys (she had 2 boys and 3 girls) so I wondered what everyone else had found with theirs.
07/09/2014 at 11:20
My SIL had a totally different pregnancy with this one and it was a boy...first was also a boy.
07/09/2014 at 11:24
Iv had 3 boys and a girl pregnancy.
Pregnancy 1&2 identical (both boys) but I had an inkling #2 was a girl (most def a boy )
Pregnancy 5 (but 3rd child) was very different, initially thought girl but assumed boy, he was a boy. First 2 pregnancies I was very sick but this time I felt absolutely fantastic, very very different pregnancies
Pregnancy 6(4th child) I needed sweet things to calm the nausea but other than that just assumed boy, go smacked when they said girl.
I wouldn't say much was different tbh, this pregnancy and my first pregnancy are quite similar, don't feel in any way as well as I did with Isaac, all pregnancys Iv loved detergenty smells which Iv always thought was a boy thing but this one is the same
Bump shape wise I don't think counts for much as it's more to do with positioning as with Isaac you couldn't tell I was pregnant from the back and was very neat, whereas with Lucas I was pregnant EVERYWHERE, this time I just figure I have no abdomen muscles so hence I'm huge
07/09/2014 at 11:28
07/09/2014 at 13:25
Both pregnancies have been very similar. No ms, feeling well and fine. Little more heartburn this time than last and achier hips at night but the hips could be the short time between pregnancies. First was a girl and we've been told this ones a boy.
07/09/2014 at 13:54
I've already got a boy and we're expecting a girl this time. I've had two completely different pregnancies. First time around was pretty easy going and straightforward. This time it's been one thing after another. I'm finding it really hard going and stressful to say the least. I've been to the hospital today on fact as baby has been really quiet.
07/09/2014 at 21:37
I had a very easy pregnancy with No 1 (girl) but have felt a lot more ill this time (boy), also more tired (but that's probably due to running after a toddler than the pregnancy itself!!). I'm carrying the same as I did last time.
07/09/2014 at 21:49
Thanks ladies. Guess it's really just dependant on the mummy as to how you get on.
08/09/2014 at 14:11
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