With my first son I found out at the end I was having little things called PVCs (premature ventricular contraction). I felt the irratic heart rate and I remember having a hard time breathing. Then with my second son I had none. Now with this little guy I am having them a lot. They make me tired, have a hard time breathing, and I sweat like I am running a marathon cuz my heart is working hard. The doc said they are quite common in pregnant women and it wont kill me and...is likely to disappear once the baby is born. Regardless of the reassurances....they scare the life outta me when they happen. Very weird feeling...anyone else going thru this or has gone thru this??
sorry sweetie haven't experienced that yet.Hope everything is ok with you and baby thou. Hang in there we only got a couple more months to go. It's getting hard for me also but i just keep thinking about what i get at the end and i am ok :) God Bless and Good Luck!!!
my mom had this happen with her pregnancy with my sister. she told me it scared her, too, but that it went away once she delivered. she relied on resting and creating a calming environment when it was bothersome. one thing i think would help is lavender/chamomile/vanilla scented oils diffused into the air. <3
I had this in the beginning off and on, but I haven't dealt with them lately. I told my Dr. about them, but she said since everything seems fine that it was just a pregnancy related thing and it will go away. I had the irratic heart rate and hard time breathing, but they were pretty short in nature, so I never had the sweats or anything. Just try to take it easy and I hope this passes for you as well!
The doc isnt too concerned by them and is saying everything will be ok so I am less stressed to hear him say so. I admit that when they occur I tend to freak out a little but I am learning to get thru them pretty easily and baby seems unaffected by them. Little Ryan has been having a rock party in me every day for a week now!!....lol.
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