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Exhausted at only 19 weeks - normal?

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haloflo Sun 30-Sep-12 12:18:05

I am just so tired.

Pregnant with DC2. DD1 is 18 months and generally wakes once at night on a good night, wants in with us on a bad. (So not ideal!)

I don't sleep well now anyway, tossing and turning so even if DD sleeps through I don't!

I work 4 days a week. Office job, only a half hour commute.

Any tips? I just had a week off so can't use any more holiday up. Both nights this weekend I've been in bed at 9pm.

Iron was ok at 10 weeks. Should I ask to be tested again before 28 weeks?

Which reminds me to go take my vitamins...

At this rate I will want to go on ML at the first chance I get. However I found last time I need at least 8 months afterwards to ensure my baby is established enough on solids to be left with their milk supply all day. That means I need to wait until 36 weeks at the earliest really.

ProudNeathGirl Sun 30-Sep-12 12:59:46

I'm afraid you're going to be tired all through pregnancy, and even more tired for several years afterwards!
You get used to it though.

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