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So darn tired!

Ah lately i've just been so darn tired. I have like no other symptoms but this right now. I swear if given the chance I'd sleep all day! I'm 26 Weeks and never been this tired in my life! Any input on how I can fight it? Also I work all day, can't nap and if I nap over the weekend can't sleep at night at all!

This little rumbly Bubby is wearing me out!
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Oh my gosh girl I understand! I work 40+ hours a week and I am just so tired I feel like a zombie!
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I stop working when I was 7 weeks(October 12) but I was only working weekends...
I mist working  :(
I think I work harder in the house
Keeping it clean and cooking
I have a 25 month girl and a six year old....
With my first baby i worked till  I was 36 weeks
My second 32 weeks I was bigger and my back was killing me :(

Suggestion go on maternity leave :)
A soon as possible....
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Were your iron levels normal?  Low iron could be the culprit, or at least part of it.
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I know im exhausted all the time. Come to find out I wasnt getting enough iron. Even with the right amount of iron you ate still going to be tired to a certain extent. Work is definitely the culprit for you im sure. If you can cut your hours down and see if it helps
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We are so short staffed right now cutting my hours is def not an option but here soon I may be able to!
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I would try to go to sleep earlier, that last couple of weeks I have been going to sleep about 40 minutes earlier then normal. I would also say trying to get up and walk some when you are dragging, getting the blood flowing can be a big help sometimes. Also, it is OK to have some caffeine, usually the Dr. say 200-300 mg is OK , meaning you can have a soda or a cup of coffee if you are really dragging.
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