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17210770 tn?1456233708

Am I the only 1

Since getting pregnant this time I been getting a cold ever month nearly I spend I week out of 4 with a cold it's driving me mad over Christmas I had one and gastrorits at the same time and now I got another one feel like death with glands up and my face feels like it's Gona fall off anyone else been like this ??
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With my first I felt like I caught everything all the time! Sinus infections, colds ,stomach bugs every few weeks I was sick again.r u taking your prenatal vitamins?  ,this time(3rd baby)besides sinuses I haven't been sick to much!
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I don't know 8f it has been every 4 weeks.  I'm 18 weeks and I've been sick at least 3 times now.  Started coming down with my most recent dose of cooties yesterday.  Sore throat, ear pain, congestion.  It doesn't help to have a 21 month old in daycare.  He brings home every exotic kid disease all the other kids have.  Can't wait for spring!
17210770 tn?1456233708
Yea I take my prenatal everyday this time it started with a swollen gland near my ear then I got all blocked and started coughing now when I cough it feels like the baby is going to burst out my stomach all the muscles hurt its horrible and to top it off I'm not sure if I have an abscess or if it's something Else but the side where the gland first come up now my jaw hurts I can hardly open my mouth I've got loads of gland up on the inside of my mouth it hurts right up to my eye I can't sleep properly at night and I seem to have a fever I need to make a doctors appointment for next week it's driving me mad !!
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