26 weeks this Tuesday and just developed a cold. I work, go to school and have no idea how to continue with my daily life activities considering I haven't gotten any rest the past few days. My nose is stuffy yet runs on its own, my ears feel clogged, ive got a sore throat, I think I may puke "( and I'm beginning to notice a cough. Every time I try blowing my nose, my baby boy kicks me hard, like its putting pressure on him and he's grumpy.
I'm worried he will be affected, this is my first pregnancy and idk what to expect ... I don't live close to my mom or sisters so I really don't have anyone to go see. Does anyone know of something I could take that wont hurt my little Peanut?
I am not a doctor, but maybe you can take Emergen- C type thing. It's an immuno boost powder with vitamins and rose hips and zinc and etc. It really works I think. Zinc has been proven to reduce colds.
Thanks for the replies! It's not so much the nose thing I'm worried about its just being sick in general...he knows I don't feel good, he's been wayyy more active than usual since I've had my symptoms. Just want him to be healthy!
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