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Feeling cruddy and its just the start!!
35 and 10 weeks preg with Baby number 5.

This time I feel so depressed and emotional. Prolonged sickness, yukky taste in my mouth and being off my feet don't help my feelings. Gp doesn't take me serious as I'm usually super strong minded. I feel so crappy!!!! My tummy bag feels the size of a five year olds judging by the pathetic portions I manage to eat lately; I try to eat more but can't take it. My body struggles to sustain itself!!!

Anyone else feel like crud at a time when your supposed to be happy? I wanna fast forward ('_')
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I felt like that for about a month. It was awful! I tried to eat little meals and drink plenty of fluids. I hope you feel better:)
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I'm just ALWAYS tired and I wish my husband would understand....I'm exactly 19 weeks with baby number 2 and this pregnancy feels so much harder...I have an 11th month old baby boy who keeps me busy all day though. Ur not the only one. Stay positive. It'll get better. I was super sick my first trimester.
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I'm 23w 5d with my third, and i'm still working, and always feeling really tired, also i've never felt so emotional!! I can swing from feeling extreme anger, to uncontrollable crying. I'm super sensitive right now, and it doesn't take much to set  me off. Thats the most annoying thing for me, i'm usually stronger than that!!
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