Take your vitamins they arr super important for you and baby. If you cant afford them many docs can prescribe them to you. Its sooo normal to be tired itll go away maybe... eat lots of fresh fruit and vegies that helped me alot.
I totally hear you, I am 17 weeks pregnant with my second child and I hate to say it, but this pregnancy has been absolute hell! I have a hard time keeping food down, always feel dizzy and weak, have fainting spells, am always really nauseous, spend most of my time in bed, sleep through the night plus 3-4 hours a day, and just feel horrible all the time. I've tried zofran and it didn't help and can't take my prenatals because they come right back up. I have tried talking to my ob about it but she won't take me seriously. But hopefully when I see her tomorrow, I can get some help!
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