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    This pregnancy has me "up in arms" lol. I am just utterly confused. I know they say every pregnancy is different- but that has NEVER been the case for me. I have always felt the exact same way with all three of my past pregnancies (regardless of gender) most commonly for me in morning sickness. I started feeling it before I got a positive HPT with all my kids- and it got worse and worse and worse. I was seriously ill. With this one, I've felt bouts of nausea but nothing compared to what I'm used to. Tender breasts was another big indicator of pregnancy for me. With this one, I've had some soreness for a couple days (much like I feel right before AF) but oddly I woke up yesterday feeling absolutely great! No symptoms whatsoever. In fact I had to remind myself I was/am pregnant. Today I woke up with a bit of nausea but, it's gone now. No breast tenderness. What in the world!!!? I just find it strange and soooo different compared to what I'm used to. Don't get me wrong, I'm NOT complaining about not having m/s- but it almost scares me a little. Anyone else????
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    Yes! I was so sick with my daughter that I had to be hospitalized. I was also nauseas with my son, but because of my history, they started me on anti-nausea meds early and it was well controlled. Even with my miscarriage I started to get quezzy about 6 weeks and it was bad by the time I actually had the miscarriage. And, I know I had really sore breasts with DD, but not as bad with DS; I just attributed that to the fact that DD was still nursing So far, this time, I'm not feeling any MS; but according to all references I find, it's not unusual at this point -- most of the time it starts between 6 and 8 weeks. So, I'm just enjoying the lull and trying not to worry!!
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    This one definately has more/different morning sickness than my first... I don't remember much morning sickness with baby two so this oe definately seems different!

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    I had some food aversion with DD and some of that is returning. A
    Same really sore boobs. But, i dont remember feeling this horribly tired with DD. in the evenings i am about deadly!!!!! Not good with a 3 year old.
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    Looks like I spoke too soon... Feeling the m/s now. Ugh. If it stays like this I will be happy, just don't want it turn turn into all day sickness like it did with my other three.
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    For those with morning sickness... Oatmeal scotchies cookes!!! Not kidding they are awesome!! (Also good for breast feeding)

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    Thanks Mamaterp! Might have to try them out. Oddly, one thing I remember settling my stomach with Gracie was eating an apple. Not sure why but with her, they did the trick. Nothing helped with my boys...
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