Is it normal to hate your partner in early pregnancy
Is it normal to not want to be bothered with your partner when you are in early pregnancy? if so does it ever stop throughout the pregnancy, bc i love my man but ever since I've become pregnant everything about him irks my nerves...from his voice, to him wanting to cuddle beside of me. I am only seven weeks and a day, but I was just wondering is this normal. Has anybody else been going through or have gone through this?
Yeah, I did with my first. His smell was what set me off but it took time to figure it out. Once I had him change his shower stuff it got better but yeah I didnt want him near me and his voice actually triggered that smell for me. It was awful.
Lol im the same way also im so hormonal and scream and im a brat to him thank god he is understaning lol then ill cry the next min bc im such a brat to him ya it's a roller coaster just explain to your husband that u arent crazy and let him out of the house once in awhile so u two wont be constantly at each other throats lol
I was the same... I feel sorry for my man. I had him brush his teeth every hour as i felt his breath smell. I couldn't even talk to him how irritating he was...... Thank god it got better.... We are back to normal now :)
I was a complete beeotch to my fiancé early on. Him rubbing up on me made me want to bash his face in and I couldn't stand for him to be near me or touching me. It's just your hormones going all wacky. You'll get over it later on :)
i used to be all cuddly and stuff until i got pregnant now i cant stand him touching or rubbing up on me it makes me wanna punch him in the face. i barely like kissing him anymore and almost everything he does pisses me off
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