11 Things No One Tells You About Your Second Pregnancy, But I Will

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Every pregnancy is unique, and for better or for worse, your second pregnancy will probably different from your first. That’s not to say there won’t be some similarities — pregnancy follows a similar trajectory each time. You’ll definitely benefit from your experience, being a veteran mom, but you’re probably in for more surprises than you might think. Everyone assumes you know what you’re doing this time around, which is why there are things no one tells you about your second pregnancy. I, however, am happy to tell you all about it.

I’m currently expecting my second child, and at eight months in, I can tell you it’s sort of like watching a movie for the second time. You know the basic plot line, but you notice more along the way (and you have to leave the theater to pee more often). Everything feels like it’s happening sooner, from wearing my maternity clothes to feeling those first flutters and kicks. I had hoped that I’d be spared some of the more horrific aspects of my first pregnancy, such as hyperemesis gravidarum (HG)

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