I'm 21 weeks pregnant and am so uncomfortable. I can't breathe right, my hips, tailbone, and body hurts a lot. I'm kinda scared cause if I feel this way already how is it gonna be at 30+ weeks....anyone else this uncomfortable?
Just curious, are you exercising at all? I'm hurting less than I thought so far given that I have previous back and knee injuries, and I wonder if it just hasn't kicked in yet (I'm 19 weeks) or if it's the yoga and walking I'm doing. When did you start getting uncomfortable?
I'm 19 weeks and actually showing more than I thought I would be by now because this is my first. I get so uncomfortable at night and trying to sit on the couch. However, I do prenatal yoga as well on Tuesday and Thursday of every week and I find that afterwards I feel so much better. Right now my hubby is away (military) so I can't wait to be pampered with massages when he gets back :)
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