Has any experienced this? Changes to the morning sickness routine with different pregnancies? I'm thinking maybe it's a girl this time? Would that make a difference? Or is it just a thing that is quirky about pregnancy.
Boys: 12/94, 1/99, 11/03, 6/11. Girls: 11/06, 10/09, 12/12
#1- Hardly any sickness. Sometimes stomach discomfort and I only threw up once when I took my prenatal on an empty stomach.
#2- Hyperemesis that caused hospitalization. But everytime I threw up it seemed a bit better. And it went away.
#3- nausea that lasted forever into the pregnancy but was never as dangerous as the last time. When I threw up I still felt like crap though.
#4 (this time, 10 weeks)-Nausea that is made worse when I DON"T eat instead of when I do like the other times. Throw up every day. Mainly at night but sometimes during the day and lots of dry heaving 1st thing in the morning.
Evergreen- Loving my girls Dylan age8, Ava age 4 and baby Georgia (6/3/11).
Andrea - Mommy to DD1 ('05), DD2 ('08), DD3 (6/17/11)
Annabelle Catholic wife to Jeff '92 and mom to Makaley 19 Arden 19 Anniston 17 Taegan 14 Balen 12 Kellen 10 Ellery 8 Innish 6 Eiley 4 Finnian 3 Esca 2 our 8th and expecting sweet pea January 2014.
DD 1, Super sick and vomitted constantly, eventually I started seeing blood too. Cleared up at around 3 months
DD 2, Moderatly sick until I was able to quick working and get more rest. None the less I puked up until 35 weeks when DD was born. I learned to drink kool-aid first thing in the am so it didn't taste so bad.
DD 3, Didn't even know I was pregnant until 8 weeks when the morning sickness hit me HARD. I was debilitated because of morning sickness/motion sickness/vomitting until my 14th week. I should have gone to the hospital but was too sick to drive myself there (hubby was gone, we are military) I couldn't even breathe without feeling sick and was completely unable to care for our daughters. Thankfully DD #1 is 13 and took care of her 5 year old sister for me until I was able to get out of bed.
Other than feeling like I was on my death bed for 6 weeks this has been by far my best pregnancy. Like childbirth the memories of how horrible you feel at the time do tend to fade. Thankfully.