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    Default That pregnant feeling

    Hey, everyone has been asking my partner, do you 'feel' pregnant? And that there is just a feeling you get and you know. Has anyone experienced this or able to explain what it's like? Very curious.

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    I think it's common quite early on to forget you're pregnant. Even when the aches, pains and kicking were enough to remind me, it was more anxiety inducing than anything. 😱

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    Ahh, I remember people asking me that!
    Currently pregnant for the second time, and all I can equate it with is asking "do you feel different?"
    Different people will have different symptoms (and some won't have many at all!), and I think that's really what people are getting at.

    So for example...currently somewhere around 7 weeks pregnant, and yes I feel it! I feel bloated, my breasts are huge & sore, and I feel horribly nauseous. If I lacked the symptoms, then no I wouldn't really have an answer to that question.

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    I am 26 weeks and I often forget that I am pregnant, until I bend over and realise that I can't! Other times, I can't forget that I am because I'm being kicked flat out and I'm so tired that I can hardly get up off the couch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by squishie View Post
    I am 26 weeks and I often forget that I am pregnant, until I bend over and realise that I can't! Other times, I can't forget that I am because I'm being kicked flat out and I'm so tired that I can hardly get up off the couch!
    This is me also and I'm 38+ weeks!!

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    I'm 27 weeks and forget sometimes. But the pelvic girdle pain reminds me and days like today when baby is going nuts!!


 

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