I am almost ten weeks (Friday). I found out I was pregnant at excatly 6 weeks. I was a tired person even before I got pregnant, but now from about five weeks to now I am so tired I got energy some days but most days I want to sleep in and go to bed early. Is this normal to be this tired? I know that it comes with being pregnant, but is it supposed to be this bad?
just try to imagine that all your energy is going into constructing a beautiful healthy baby. then consider how exhausting that must be on your body. so don't feel bad for catching some extra z's.
i used to have a two hour nap every afternoon. ; ) take advantage of the sleep you can get now, in a few months you'll be missing these days.
You are extremely tired in the first and third trimester so once u get ur energy back make the most of it lol im 29w + 6d and so exhausted!! I have these little bursts of energy when i have to get everything done then sit down and sleep lol
Thank you for your stories, I just can't believe how tired I get , I can't wait for it to get better lol by boyfriend hates that all I wanna do is sleep and man thats stil awhile away lol but the past month has gone by so fast I cant believe it. So hopfully it wont be so bad lol and thats how my mom knew I live at home and she noticed the way I was acting and sleeping all the time, I had no clue I thought I was just comming close to my period :)
Well I never actually thought of it that way lol which is actually weird considering that is whats happening, and I cant do anything i am doing corraspondance for school and I pull it out start it than just curl up and sleep lol its so hard to stay awake sometimes
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