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    2.30 yesterday morn for me

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    I have crazy dreams at the best of times but now they are so vivid!!

    I have a question for you all. I have been very lucky with only intermittent nausea, fatigue and sore breasts. I am getting driven insane at night by restless leg syndrome. I toss and turn all night, even though I'm tired. My other main complaint is bloating. I am eating 4-5 servings fruit, plenty of calcium and fibre and about 2.5-3l fluid daily. It is so uncomfortable!!!i am 10w tomorrow!!

    Anyone that can help me out would be amazing!!

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    I've been having some extremely weird dreams.. Last nights was bizarre but I can't remember what it was about now... Baby brain mixed in with my normal useless memory equals probably close to no brain lol..

    Bindy.. I'm very bloated as well but it's not uncomfortable.. When I went for my scan at 7 weeks, she looked at my ovaries and they were still very large from epu.. So now I'm not sure if its that that is making me look like I'm further along.. I look at friends who r 19 weeks pregnant and I swear my belly is bigger than theirs already lol... I hope it either goes down or it is in actual fact my belly showing early. My OB did tell me that I have a tilted forward uterus so not sure if that is another reasoning for it..
    Maybe if ur not going regularly, it could be the reason.. Try drinking pear or prune juice..

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    hi ladies
    heaps of bloating for me too even from week 3 already. i am constantly finding that i need to stretch backwards to try and make space in my abdomen. Even sitting on my pc chair I need to add a small pillow behind my lower back. Fruit and veg will provide even more bloating unfortunately. I'm not constipated but constantly feeling 'full' even though I know I haven't eaten for a while! So stuffing my face regularly to try and keep the nausea at bay is no fun either.

    I am perfect when I wake up in the mornings, usually have time to do our exercise regime (although a toned down version now that I'm pg), but as the day progresses I can literally feel how I am getting more and more nauseous. When 10am comes, it is like my day is over cause then I'm feeling horrible to the point I cannot work/ think clearly anymore. This lasts for the rest of the day.

    Also noticing more vivid dreaming and itchy-ish skin. And of course very regular abdominal pain- I cant stand ANYthing pushing on my belly, not even sweatpants or leggings! ARGH!

    I cannot imagine how I will get through feeling like this for another 6-10 weeks ( I'm only at 6w6d today)...
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    DH has dubbed me the whinging goldfish lol
    I started complaining about something and then forgot half way thru

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    LOL Nancy that's hilarious! I'm also having a slower brain and finding that I have to put in a lot of effort to remember things

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    For restless legs, get some Bio-Magnesium and take it half an hour before bed, worked a treat!

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    How was your scan torie?

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    I've been dreaming heaps too but can never remember them when I wake up. Nothing too sinister though.

    I'm also stalking to see how ur scan went Torrie ?

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    8 weeks on Saturday (saying it like makes it feel further along hehe) anyone else still in shock or denial

    Really wish the next 4 - 5 weeks would hurry up already although does feel like yesterday we found out

    Really hoping all went well today torie can't wait to hear from you

    How is everyone traveling? My (.)(.)s are HUGE haha not sure how long till ppl at work will catch on

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