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I have about 3 weeks left. This is my first baby and I'm 33 years old and overweight. I've been exhausted these last few weeks but I also find I have nausea and I'm getting cramping. My baby girl moves A LOT so I'm not rlally concerned I'm just so tired. I can hardly sleep during the night from heartburn, anxiety and I just can't get comfortable. My ladybits are also very swollen and causing me lots of pain. Ice seems to help. ..anyone else feeling like crap these last few weeks?
Yes an 19 and I have 3 weeks and 2 days to go and just want him out. I've suffered with a really bad cold the last few weeks as well! My lady biits feel swollen too:( and my baby moves so much I can hardly move or roll over at night"( you having a boy or girl?:) xxx
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