I had terrible symptoms with my first DD and minimal symptoms (fatigue) with my second DD. My sister had zero to minimal symptoms with her first DS and she is currently 18 weeks prego with another boy and has had minimal symptoms (fatigue) with him too.
I had nausea from about 6 weeks to roughly 12 weeks and it was an all night and all day situation. It didn't really make me throw up just because I was nausiated but certain smells did and I had some real nasty food aversion. As for BB, I would have to carry them when getting out of bed to go pee (haha). They did hurt alot but eased up as i entered into 2nd trimester. I've had it pretty easy thru second and third trimester so far. I'm having a girl. Best of luck :)
I voted for my last pregnancy since I still don't know the gender of no. 2 :-) - and won't until D day :-)
I had really mild symptoms with DS....very little nausea (mild queasiness, never threw up). This time, I had moderate nausea, mostly in the evenings, until 15 weeks. Threw up several times. For that reason, a lot of people think I'm having a girl this time.
BUT I have a friend who had the same thing happen to her (mild symptoms, had a boy the first time and then this time had so much nausea she needed to be put on meds for it....and her u/s confirmed she's having another boy).
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