I'm so sorry to hear how down you are feeling... but seeing as your AF is here, I know it can not be helped by your hormones. I know this is so hard--just something we can't control no matter how hard we try, pray, wish. It's not fair and everyone who has had trouble knows how you are feeling. Just try to take it a day at a time and enjoy your family and live in the blessing of that. Big hug! Feel better soon!
Hi there! Thanks for the note! Coming to the end of Ramadan now? I celebrate the new moon tomorrow, then some of my friends celebrate Rosh Hashanah Thursday... a time for reflection and growth! I haven't had any morning sickness per say; but I rarely get any nausea normally (I think the last time I threw up was when I was 18). But I have an uneasy stomach if it's empty...like threatening nausea, but not full blown nausea! But I'm exhausted! I have been taking anap every afternoon! Like 2 or 3 hours! It' crazy. Besides that...feeling pretty good! I really hope this is your month! Baby dust to you!
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