i am not sure...anything can happen at this point. i dont recall getting so tired that it was noticiable. i recall getting a stomach ache though!! then i went into labor. i guess if you are so tired its your body's natural way of saying REST...before the big day!!!
That's normal. You can be 1-2 cm dilated for a couple of weeks. Some people move through the process slowly, and some people have to be helped along.
38 weeks isn't really considered early, so you're not worried are you? Or, are you just anxious?
i got a ton of energy. i don't know if everybody does though. i was really tired about the seventh month then in the last part i was full of spunk. i was able to have everything ready before I went in. i was induced so i 'm not sure about natural labor.Best of luck to ya. Enjoy being lazy, cause after the baby youll have to be on your toes all the time. I guess till you dead and gone.
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