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home sick

I'm 17 weeks and 2 days and still getting sick.
Had to go home sick from work again.
I'm trying to stay at work for 9 more weeks to get money but still have plenty of me time.
I also feel guilty coz my husband is amazing but I'm not my normal wife self. Sex once a week, not making him lunch every day and feeling sick most days. Just wanted to vent. Anyone else feeling the same??
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Thanks for your support. My husband is very understanding and I don't think its very important to him cleaning and cooking, he is just worried about me. It's just overwhelming sometimes and I just want to be my self. I guess its just my personal baggage/ past experiences that I have to over come.
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I am right there with you on this! I am 17wks and 4 days and its been a rough one on me too! I know how you feel on not being able to do the wife stuff! Even though I do have a reason (high risk pregnancy) why I cant do certain things I still feel bad. But in the end all those thing that you are stressing about is making your pregnancy symptoms worse. If you talk to your husband I sure you will see he totally understand about the wife duty slacking. Plus you got to remind yourself too that your body is working 24-7 to make and support the baby....that is a job all on its own. Just breath try to relax and definitely talk with your husband....you will see a big difference on the stress level! Best of luck dear!
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