well its 1am and i cant sleep. too many things going on in my head. but one thing is i have had achey legs, mostly upper thighs, for the past week. im only 6 weeks so it seems an odd thing, and maybe its not related. anyone else experience this and know why? and since i am here venting away in the middle of the night, i am really missing my dh!! its only been 3 1/2 weeks since he left. (military). i tip my hat to those wives who have done it over and over for years. another thing too is maybe its water retention? this early? i retained over 30 pounds with my son! i know because i sweated it out in a couple of days. my feet looked like pillows, you could see the water sloshing it was gross!! after i had him that is. i know im babbling on and if any of you have read all of this well thanks!
I have not experienced what you are feeling, but I just wanted to say I am praying for you and thinking of you. I hope this pregnancy is uneventful and easy;) Also I wanted to say "Thanks" Thanks for the sacrifice you are making being a military wife. And thanks to your DH for all he does for this country, for his family, and for me as a citizen. Your family's sacrifices and everything that goes with it have not gone unnoticed.
hi anxious! my right side is pulling lots!! and today i had to use a rubber band to keep my shorts on!! wtf!!! i ate so much fruit today in case its constipation, which i dont think it is. i cant believe it. i have been trying to eat well, and i havent been piggin out on ice cream or anything!! a few cookies but nothing out of the ordinary. it hasnt been everynight. where were you? did you say and i am stupid and cant remember? i tell you i cant remember who i am these last few days!!
My legs made me so uncomfortable throughout my pregnancy. I was unable to sleep throughout the entire night. I would move from my bed to the couch and back and forth. My doctor mentioned benadryl and possibly calming tea. I did feel better after I took a hot bath and drank the tea before bed. Good Luck.
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