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    Default 32 weeks extremely tired question

    As of yesterday I cannot go without napping trough out the day and sleeping all night
    My bloods and BP are all fine but I've read some people get like this a few days before labour

    Anyone felt like this in 3rd trimester and gone into labour a lil while later???

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    Default 32 weeks extremely tired question

    I'm nearly 32 weeks and I'm exactly the same... So tired.

    From memory I was like this with my first too. I think it just all gets too much especially during summer.

    I'm exhaust as my nearly 3yr old dd has decided that her bedtime must be later than usual and is waking during the night, so I'm getting about 6hrs a night.😞

    Opps forgot to add, I didn't go into labour until exactly 41weeks with my first.....

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    Oh no I don't think I can last from 32w till 40w like this

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    I had the same. Third trimester is very taxing, I am 37w now and I am still exhausted 24/7.

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    No heat here and christmas all I did was wake up and shower and then sat in the dining room all day so nothing big

    I literally fall asleep after having a shower or making a sandwich

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    Yes I felt that way at that stage and I am now 34 weeks and feel even more exhausted.

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    Yep feeling the same at 36+4 hopefully you can rest when you feel the need to and take advantage of any help. I have moments where even watching TV gets exhausting!

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    Glad I'm not the only one

    I can rest but still need to set nursery up wash all the clothes and sheets ect

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    Yeah I managed to get that done last week...just take it slowly

    I think I did all the washing on one day...some serious nesting going on :P

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    I was exactly the same in the early 30 weeks period! My energy picked up every now and then between 34-38 weeks with nesting bursts! Good luck with the nursery.


 

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