I'm 32 weeks and I am tired but my problem is I can't get comfy! I was even more tired than I am now, but when I got my glucose test done the doctors found out I had really low iron so I had to start takin iron pills
32.5 wks and I am so tired thanks to some insomnia and that I can't get comfy. I'm up 3-4 times a night to pee and that last time is usually what does me in. It's usually close enough to the morning that I guess my body flips a switch and starts to wake up for the day. I feel awake, I feel hungry, and baby boy starts dancing all over! So I can't fall back asleep.
I am also finding it harder and harder to get comfy. I have a pillow on either side of me, and I snuggle in the middle so that I have support for my legs, knees, and back but it's like every little thing makes it hard for me to relax -- my head pillow feels too high/hard...I feel like my PJs are all bunched, I'm hot, I'm cold. And then just when I overcome the insomnia and the comfort BAM my alarm goes off for work and I feel like a zombie.
I'm tired a lot even though I sleep amazing lol I'm so happy I don't ever have problems sleeping. Through the night I have to switch sides with my pillow or pee but I still sleep amazing!
I'm 35 weeks :)
Omg KJ881 we have the same problem im 35wks& my baby does the same thing but when i have hot flashes i sleep with the fan on it kinda helps me go back to sleep after i been awaken from makin a pee run & fighting wit my boyfriend about the room being so cold lol i think the more closer we get to our due date,we get very tired
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