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always exausted???

Hey everyone im a ftm and im 33wks and 4days lately ill be awake for a hour or two at the most and im wore out and ready for bed again im totaly exausted! This morning i woke up ate a bowl of cereal and took a shower and started some laundry and now im ready for bed again is this normal?
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4538600 tn?1360350751
153475 tn?1359471234
yes it is def normal im 36+3 and the extreme exhaustion hit me a couple wks ago as well, carrying a baby is physically draining, it may sound crazy but actually going for a 15 min or so walk will actually give you an energy boost and help with the exhaustion.
4538600 tn?1360350751
Any one please?
4538600 tn?1360350751
Thanks for the advice it probably don't help that today I start school and April 1st I start another school so ill be going monday-thu from 8:30am - 10pm
4538600 tn?1360350751
The one that starts April 1st is only a month long Im going for my cna and it ends at the end of April a few weeks before babys due Im just trying to get myblife together before baby gets here you know.
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Im 34 wks and am going through the ravenous appetite and insanely tired stage. Getting outside helps a little but its short lived for me.
153475 tn?1359471234
that's understandable try walking during your breaks, I wish you all the success in your schooling
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Im 31+5 and lately i actaully wake up tierd. I work 9hrs a day on my feet and feel not to bad. But as soon as i go home am done. So i would say its very normal. On my days off i wake up have some breakfast and go bak to sleep for at least 2hrs. Just nap wen u can, always makes me better.
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