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wesleybear83 Mon 05-Jun-17 23:31:25

I'm new to mumsnet and I'm wanting to see how other CFS suffers manage with pregnancy,
I'm really struggling with daily life. I have a little boy who is 2 and half and is very active. He walks everywhere as pushing a push chair or bike kills me and besides he prefers to walk to keep me running after him 😂.

It would be nice to hear how other CFS suffers cope.

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