Hi all! I am pg for the 3rd time (12w6d). My DS is almost 8 and my DD just turned 6. So.. it's been a while since I've been down this road. I am joining the boards because I wanted to ask if anyone else was having issues with varicose veins this early?
I don't remember having issues with varicose veins until late 2nd, early 3rd tri with my first two. I have already stopped wearing heels and try to elevate my legs (particularly my right one) when I am home. It seems to be helping but I'm just concerned for later in this pg if I am already having issues now!
Honestly, I haven't had morning sickness but I have been too tired to be horny the whole 1st tri. It was all I could do to stay awake until my older kids were in bed before I crashed. I will say... I am 13w today and the last few days I have been feeling so much better! Actually energized! Not sure if it is mental or if it is really true that things get better in the 2nd tri. I hope your DH can be patient and I hope you start feeling better soon!
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