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    Lots of salt. Drink lots. Thats all I can remember. .

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    Wondering if I'll have to finish work early...

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    I didn't but I was in an office job. It will really depend on how you feel. I found rest/eating well etc helped me feel better. When were you planning on finishing?

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    I had originally told them at 36 weeks.

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    Is it getting worse or staying roughly the same?

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    Worse as its happening more often. I can usually sit etc before I actually pass out but I definitely feel on the verge of passing out a few times a week.

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    I just had a quick google and it is at it's worst mid 2nd tri and then improves.

    So it might get better/more manageable by 3rd tri. Hopefully.

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    Hopefully! 7ish more weeks..


 

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