Hello all, I am just posting cause I am 24 weeks and I am very tired lately! I thought this was the point where I was supposed to get a burst of energy? My son is almost 8years old I stayed home my whole pregnancy, with this baby I have to work to pay the bills. I have a sit down office position but I find it hard to stay awake Help any suggestions??
It is soooo difficult. Just drink plenty of water. I allow myself I caffeinated beverage a day, and I save it for my most tired time. Besides that, your just normal. As long as your sleeping enough at night, and staying very hydrated, there is not much else you can do. I am 25 weeks, and I know how you feel. This is my third succesful pregnancy, and I feel like this every time. I'm not even awake to watch the 10o'clock news!!
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