(Closed) MS, Food Aversion and Gender

posted 5 years ago in Pregnancy
  • poll: Based on your symptoms, what did you have (or are going to have)?
    Nausea 0, 1, 2; Food Aversion 0, 1, 2...had a girl : (5 votes)
    19 %
    Nausea 0, 1, 2; Food Aversion 0, 1, 2...had a boy : (5 votes)
    19 %
    Nausea 3, 4, 5; Food Aversion 0, 1, 2...had a girl : (1 votes)
    4 %
    Nausea 3, 4, 5; Food Aversion 0, 1, 2...had a boy : (2 votes)
    8 %
    Nausea 0, 1, 2; Food Aversion 3, 4...had a girl : (1 votes)
    4 %
    Nausea 0, 1, 2; Food Aversion 3, 4...had a boy : (2 votes)
    8 %
    Nausea 3, 4, 5; Food Aversion 3, 4...had a girl : (3 votes)
    12 %
    Nausea 3, 4, 5; Food Aversion 3, 4...had a boy : (6 votes)
    23 %
    If you had several pregnancies w/different results, or are having boy/girl multiples, explain below : (1 votes)
    4 %
  • Post # 16
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    I had MS from weeks 8-16/17.  Usually worst in the morning or early evening if my stomach got too empty.  It’d say moderate for nausea and food aversions.  I threw up my breakfast quite a few times and in the evenings but I never threw up at work.  Did not throw up every day though, but I was probably nauseated at some point every day even if it was just very briefly.

    I had food aversions, mostly to veggies haha and fruit.  Also meat-heavy things I had aversions to, so no steak or BBQ.  But I loved boneless wings (must have been the breading that helped), burgers/fries/fastfood, english muffins with cream cheese, and milk.

    I had a girl

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