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#1 of 6 Old 07-05-2010, 01:27 AM - Thread Starter
 
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This is my second pregnancy, and it already feels completely different from the first. I threw up all the time immediately with HC, but nothing so far with this one. Also no implantation bleeding, but I am more wiped out. Boobs hurt in a different way, too.

Anyone else finding this one to be different from the last one(s)? I am so curious to see if I am having a boy instead of another girl just due to the changes, although I know each pregnancy is different.

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I know every pregnancy is suppose to be different..and maybe they are a little bit here and there for me..but for the most part..everything is pretty much textbook with me..I have been blessed with pretty easy pregnancies..except I do get fatigued and nausea all day in the first trimester. I have three girls and 2 boys..and I really can't say that the boy pregnancies were different from the girl ones!! Of course that is my story...I am sure each of us have different experiences. That being said..you could very well be having a different one due to this being a boy!! Time will tell!!

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My second pregnancy felt different from my first. More zits, way more fatigue, different food aversions/cravings... I even carried differently. Swore I was having a boy. Well, I have two daughters. I have no inkling what this one is going to be. But, judging from our excellent timing (sarcasm; we weren actually TTA lol) it's most likely going to be another girl. Oh well, we'll find out in another 8 months or so.

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my 1st was the only one that seemed different. The rest all seemed pretty much the same. I am more tired this time around, but I am older and fatter. I am sure that makes a difference lol

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I have 2 boys and 4 girls. Can't really say they have been any different.

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I was really sick with my first, which started right after 4w. Now I'm like 5w 1d. I'm on a bunch of supplements to try and stay away from sickness as much as I can. I had all day nausea until birth, and threw up multiple times a day until 7-8 months. I'm trying to take advantage of every non- sick day while I can.

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