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its my second pregnancy and i feel supper tired all the time is it normal? also the app says im over the normal weight is that bad??
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I think it is normal to stay tired! Esp in first trimester this is my second pregnancy also and I'm staying really tired and did with the first one as well..
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Am in my 2nd pregnancy.  Always tired as well. Always sleeping. Sometimes vomitting and nausea. Plus the weight thing doesn't matter. Am overweight and had a normal pregnancy with my son.
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thanks for your responses ❤ im 20 weeks and im only 19 i didnt have any problems with my first pregnancy. but every pregnancy is different right
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2nd pregnancy too and im 15-16weeks. I am ALWAYS tired. I have no energy. This pregnancy I am a lot more moody and emotional lol. And I have no belly at all?
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i guess every body is different because i have a huge belly compared to my first pregnancy at 20 weeks i can see the difference on my photos and im supper emocional too! what are you having?
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Wow. I'm 15 In A Half Weeks With Baby #2 As Well. I Find Out The Gender Feb 5th. Praying Its Another Girl!
But With This Pregnancy I've Been Really Emotional. If I'm Not Crying I'm Mad. Ahaha. And I Actually Just Posted A Question About Weight, My App Says I'm Underweight.
Oh. And I Have A Really Tiny Pudge? Ahaha, But With My Daughter I Didn't Show Till Almost 7Months.
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