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    Default Exhausted from the smallest things.

    I am 26 weeks. Yesterday I had a really good day energy wise but today I am back to feeling utterly exhausted. I just ironed dh's shirts and had to keep sitting down as I felt so tired. Even getting up to get a drink is draining. It feels like I way a tonne. Anyone else feel this tired????

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    Yes me! I'm definitely still adjusting to having to take breaks I just concentrate on hydration and doing things in parts between breaks of course but I know when I've had enough as my body refuses to get back up lol.

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    It's normal ladies. all I can say is listen to your bodies and rest. ironing etc can wait.

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    I think thats great advice @Minchi. I will definitely leave the ironing next time! lol

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    Yep, I'm 28 weeks today and have a super messy kitchen but I just can't seem to get up off the couch!

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    I'm 22 weeks and I'm starting to realize that I need to slow a down a bit or I pay for it the next day.

    Its hard getting use to the idea of allowing myself to "slack off a bit" LOL

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    27 weeks today and I'm not dealing with the heat.
    Last weekend I got so much work done around the house and I've managed to keep on top of it all week too, which is unusual for me.
    This hot weather and wind is horrible. I'm exhausted from doing nothing.
    Not sleeping great either.
    Happy to hear it's normal though because I really don't remember feeling this bad before.

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    Yes!!

    For me it started closer to 28 weeks, but yup, I am EXHAUSTED, doing anything is a struggle.

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    Yes! I had a good day a few days ago, but yesterday and today, I'm wrecked! I'm 29 weeks. I don't think it helped when I spent 3 hours at the hospital yesterday for monitoring (being paranoid!), ended up having and ECG and bloods taken. Ugh. I'm also fighting a cold or something.
    At least I've been banned from housework by my physio!

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    How is everyone feeling?
    @Emmi, how's your health?


 

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