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I am currently 15 weeks and I feel like I cant do anything. My legs and arms just feel so weak. I have to sit down every 5 minutes or my legs give out. This is my second pregnancy and I never experienced this with my first. Had anybody else felt this and is it normal? Thank you in advance!
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8367118 tn?1442605420
Are you taking your vitamins?
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Yes I take my vitamins daily and eat healthy and drink plenty of water
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I went from going to the gym daily and working 12 hour shifts with a smile to sleeping 9+ hours a night and still needing a nap or two and I cut down my load at work by nearly half. I maybe did yoga twice a week in my first trimester. All of.my labs were normal and I didnt have low iron or anything, just a very demanding little fetus building the great wall of a placenta apperently.  It was like I was hit by a train of exhaustion. My energy level and strength is better now at 22 but I still sleep a ton.
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That makes me feel better. With my first I had all kinds of energy, but now just getting dressed for work makes me feel like I just ran a marathon. Im glad im not the only one. Thank you.
9845831 tn?1421306292
IM 11,weeks and I feel the same my first pregnancy I had lots of energy but this one I feel so tired and I  take my prenatal but I don't eat  cuz I trow ever thing out
8367118 tn?1442605420
I felt weak the beginnings. Now I got better but now I suffer with insomnia. :( can't sleep for sh*t.
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