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Has anyone been short of breath in early pregnancy like 8\9 weeks ?
I have been short of breath since I fount out I was pregnant I was just wondering if anyone else has experienced this in the 8 to 9 week stage?
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Yes!  I had shortness of breath with all my pregnancies, but some as early as 6 weeks.  It's always worth a mention at your next appointment, but it can be normal.  
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I actually asked my obgyn and she said it was normal I was just wondering if anyone else has went through it
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I have knots in my shoulders and it makes me short of breath when my hubby runs my shoulders and hots the knots I can breath better but a few minutes later I get short of breath again... IDK if it's just be the knots are still there or what it's crazy
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Yes with my first pregnancy I stayed short of breath the entire pregnancy starting at week 6. With this pregnancy it started around week 10 I'm 22 weeks now and still short of breath.
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Dang it's horrible I hate being short of breath

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