Different symptoms

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  1. CrazyChic

    CrazyChic Well-Known Member

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    I feel like I'm looking into things that aren't there but has anyone else ft different in 2nd pregnancy? I'm 7 weeks and no way feel as bad as I did when I was pregnant with DD. I was working full time then don't know weather that has made a difference.

    What is everyones experience? Don't get my wrong it's nice but makes me think something it's right. I do get some days I feel like I've been hit by a bus, but it felt constant with my DD xx
     
  2. Oliviasmommy

    Oliviasmommy Well-Known Member

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    I will be 9 weeks Friday and my main symptoms have been breast tenderness. I was always tired at first, still am most days but other than that I seem to be normal feeling. I’ve had some nausea but no vomiting. I was the same with my daughter.
     
  3. mummybear2

    mummybear2 Well-Known Member

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    My symptoms this time have been much worse, but that’s to be expected with a twin pregnancy!
    First time around was no walk in the park either I’m afraid.

    Every pregnancy is different though.
     
  4. CharliC

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    In my 1st and 2nd pregnancy my symptoms were different, much worse with #2. So far this time, they are even worse.

    No two pregnancies are the same :)
     
  5. Kholl

    Kholl Well-Known Member

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    My pregnancy symptoms in the first trimester have been mostly emotional (instead of physical) — my first pregnancy it was so bad I basically went crazy, like I was a different person. My second pregnancy if I hadn’t taken a test or missed periods I never would have known I was pregnant! My first is a girl, second a boy, so maybe the hormones were just affecting me differently. But my best friend has two boys and her pregnancies were so different too.
     
  6. MammaOfMany

    MammaOfMany Active Member

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    Like others have said, each pregnancy is different. I'm on my 13th pregnancy so I know.
     
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    My two have been basically the same so far. But with the first one the sickness was really bad by 4 weeks, this time it was pretty mild until 6 weeks.
     
  8. CrazyChic

    CrazyChic Well-Known Member

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    Thanks ladies for your response.

    I guess every pregnancy is different as was sick this morning, and have never been sick before in pregnancy. I think you just get paranoid about every little change in pregnancy.
     

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