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    I got some energy back at 17 weeks, still struggle getting up in the morning because it is uncomfortable sleeping at night but I feel so much better during the day and have energy to go for a walk after work

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    Default Re: When will my energy come back?!?

    I am 14.5 weeks and still nauseous and exhausted. Wonder if this more due to being so sick in last few months..Felt.slight relief in last 2days so praying this 2nd tri glow.and.energy is.round the corner
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    At 18 weeks I'm suddenly back! For the last few days I haven't had to drag myself out of bed and I can actually stay awake past 9pm. Not long past but anyway. I still want to curl up under my desk for a nana nap around 2.30pm but it's definitely got better. Hope the energy sticks around until I'm ready to pop.

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    I got my energy back at around week 16, and lost it again around week 32 Now I'm useless without a nap during the day again, and get worn out really easily. At least now I'm not having to go to work through it so I can rest up most days and if I start feeling frazzled I have a great excuse for a nap

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    Default Re: When will my energy come back?!?

    Firs time came back around 16 w. Second time it never did. I think because first time I could sleep when I needed and wake up late. 2nd time, I could do none of that, was up in the night with DD and then up early. I Wss exhausted when I went into labour. Hoping this time won't b as bad.

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    Default When will my energy come back?!?

    Started feeling more energetic around 16-17 weeks.


 

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