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Who's over it already?

I'm so fatigued, I'm officially 9 months pregnant and Idk what to do. With my first daughter, I didn't last this long and I knew a week in advance that I was going to go into labor... with this one, there is no sign and I'm just sick and tired. Anyone else over it?
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I'm 19W with baby #2 and I'm over it already. I found out Friday night at the hospital I was positive for the flu and bronchitis and it has made time go by soooooooo slow. With my daughter I went 39W and 2D. I'm hoping this one comes soon not to soon I know I still have time but I think I'm so tired of being pregnant already is cause I've been sick my whole pregnancy and he has been sitting on my 2 nerves in my back which has been causing me extreme leg and thigh pain sometimes I can't even walk. And tmi but with this one I don't feel attractive or have that "glo" or have the high sex drive. I just feel miserable and sometimes causes arguments between me and my husband. Nothing sounds good to eat, I don't wanna go out or do lil dates with my husband I'm just not in the mood for anything and I don't mean to be that way. Its just hard to explain , and I'm so ready for this lil guy to come out.
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Yep! I'll be 40 weeks in about.. 6 hours. :) no signs of labor yet for me :)
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34 weeks 6 days and over it too lol and I never got the glow either. Most days of this pregnancy have been a struggle either due to nausea/sickness/heartburn/inflammatory bowel disease. Fed up of peeing so much as well again! Never empty bladder lol
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I hear ya! 40w +2 days.
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26weeks m so done
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Yes. 33 weeks and 2 days. I know I have some ways to go.
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