I have learned that you will be just as tired you were in the first tri. It is cause your body is preping for labor. Also the baby moves more and sets on your lung area so the less oxygen, the more breathing so your tired more. Cause when you sleep your breathing slows down so the baby is telling you there needing rest and oxygen.View Thread
I am getting really mad. My doctor seems not to care. I have been telling him I am not feeling good. He say well it is your first pregnancy so your body is getting use to it. Than he gets on to me cause I do not get the flu shot. He scared me saying I could kill my baby and myself if I don't get it. Once again I am sick with a cold or something. I have been getting sick ever since I started false labor. I am trying home remidies for my cold or what ever. But I need help in what I can do more to get me feeling better. My child is coming in 13 weeks so I need to get things done. My symptons are sore throat, headaches, really tired, babrley eating, I sleep almost 12hrs if not longer, now my throat is like clogged up. I do not know what to do. I do not want to hurt my unborn child, but if I do not get help I am afraid something will happen.View Thread
I even asked my doctor. He said that hand numbess is from swelling but I said I have no swelling at all. In fact I am shrinking just not in clothes size. I will no my results Wen. I just hope that it is g.d so I can get things straight but if not I am back in for more testing.View Thread
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