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    Default Soooo cold!!!

    I'm 6 weeks pregnant and feeling a bit ordinary, which is expected. But what I didn't expect was to be freezing all the time! Has anyone else experienced this? I just can't get warm.

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    Hi Wise Enough

    I am six weeks pregnant too and I am always cold!!!! Where abouts are you?

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    I'm in Melbourne and its a beautiful sunny day but I have a thick jumper on and my hands are still ice cold!

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    I've noticed this. I'm 26 weeks now and still freezing. Started getting super cold just before bfp last year.

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    Thanks everyone! I thought I was overreacting or it was the IVF drugs, DW would sit next to me in shorts and a t and I'd be there in pants, jumper and a nanna blanket. Nice to know I'm ok.... only 4 wks but have been cold since ET.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Youngmummy2bee View Post
    I've noticed this. I'm 26 weeks now and still freezing. Started getting super cold just before bfp last year.
    Argh!! I was hoping it fixed itself soon.

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    Default Feeling cold all the time

    I am glad to hear that feeling cold seems to be a natural thing during pregnancy. Is this to do with possible low iron levels? If I feel this cold now, the winter will be a killer Have any of you fixed the problem in some way?

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    I am 5+4 wks and i am cold too i was under 3 blankets and still felt cold. with my other 2 pregnancies i don't remember being this cold but i found out later with them so maybe i was and didn't know it

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    I don't think it has anything to do with iron levels as mine came back perfect wwith my blood tests...
    I am almost 7 weeks now and not feeling as cold now but still colder than usual.


 

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