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    I'm still exhausted and boobs are still super sore, nausea coming and going, little bit of cramping/ stretching this weekend. 7 weeks today

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    I'm jealous ! I'm 10 weeks tomorrow and nausea is still fairly bad and tiredness I is the same I just want to sleep all the time! Not looking forward to being back at work tomorrow full time
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    My symptoms other than a little nausea have all gone too. Completely normal towards the end of the first trimester

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    I only that being busy at work is the only thing that cures my nausea.. And makes the pregnancy go faster

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bindy111 View Post
    I only that being busy at work is the only thing that cures my nausea.. And makes the pregnancy go faster
    Agree!!!

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    Bedlover I too have been feeling lile my symptoms are disapearing. Week 9 I looked up on the internet if this was normal and it seems like is. I had a couple of days of headaches fatigue and bloating bu not near as bad as earlier weeks. I was 10 weeks sat and my energy levels have increased by heaps. Waiting for my scan first week of April, Im sure all is good.

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    I'm due on the 21st of nov with bubba number one! Icsi baby, our first transfer. So lucky, but it's still early days so I'm scared, but getting excited anyway. I'm 4w4d today and my dating scan is on 6w6d

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bindy111 View Post
    I only that being busy at work is the only thing that cures my nausea.. And makes the pregnancy go faster
    work definitely does NOT help me, patients vomiting and suctioning out sputum ewww! False teeth make me gag too lol I'd kill for an office job atm

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    Yay!!! Welcome welcome welcome Rainbow Road!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnittingNancy View Post
    work definitely does NOT help me, patients vomiting and suctioning out sputum ewww! False teeth make me gag too lol I'd kill for an office job atm
    on the plus side I have accessto an endless supply of zofran

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    Knitting Nancy that sounds revolting!! Assuming (hoping!!) you are a nurse of some kind?!?


 

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