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Finding just about every-one incredibly annoying at 34 weeks?

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newby2 Thu 08-Nov-12 09:46:33

Could happily emigrate and leave all family and friends behind, it's like raging pmt which I don't usually suffer from. Hormones or is every-one just actually very annoying???

SlightlySuperiorPeasant Thu 08-Nov-12 10:24:30

Definitely hormones. I went to see my GP at 34 weeks to ask for antidepressants (he talked me out of it). It passes. (And if it doesn't then go and ask for help.)

opalescent Thu 08-Nov-12 17:41:30

This has made me feel better.. I'm 35 weeks and feel like everyone and everything is against me. Could explode with rage at any moment!!

KFFOREVER Thu 08-Nov-12 19:01:28

Ha im only 22 weeks and feel like this. Oh dear.

DyeInTheEar Thu 08-Nov-12 22:26:23

37 weeks and very much feeling like this. Though in that horrible "is it me or do I have the right to be angry about this" confused state. Currently not speaking to my DH and feeling completely under supported and get angry and shouty at least once a day. But then wonder if I'm not being unbearable and impossible and he's probably just getting on with life normally only to get roared at over something stupid. sad

TribbleWithoutaCause Thu 08-Nov-12 23:54:33

I hate everyone at the moment.

It's not my fault though, everyone I've had the misfortune to come into contact with has been incompetent. I can see why people become hermits and live in caves.

Ozziegirly Fri 09-Nov-12 05:03:34

I'm 34 weeks too and have been so snappy and horrible to DH who has been nothing but lovely.

I found myself saying "you do know where we keep fucking towels don't you?"

I gave a blanket apology for my meanness.

But I am hot (it's 30 degrees here) fat, swollen, covered in mozzie bites with feet the size of watermelons. When a towel is not replaced it IS a big deal.

newby2 Fri 09-Nov-12 12:23:19

Ladies, thank-you very much. Feeling much better now. I think it is hormones, went out with my closest friends last night and even felt like killing them at some stages. However there are some justified annoyances here whether pregnant or not i.e towel Ozziegirly. I have used that phrase replacing towel with toilet brush. If I added in ANY other variable like heat, I'd just have to confine myself to the house.

Tribble- there are some very incompetent people out there and I think pregancy gives you excellent insight into just how bloody stupid people can be.

Thank GOD I'm perfect:-)!!

Dyeintheear- my husband would say exactly the same thing. We just try not to talk too much on any subject other than Masterchef and even then he pisses me off when all of a sudden he's Michele Roux Jnr.

KFforever, take heart it comes and goes. The fatter I get the worse it gets I have to say. Your hormones may even themselves out though, tiredness would do it.

PogoBob Fri 09-Nov-12 12:41:37

33 weeks here and suffering in a similar manner and have been for the last 3 or so weeks.

With me it seems to be a case of one person irritating the hell out of me - last week it was a work colleague, week before my IL's dog (don't ask!!) and this week it's my FIL's turn which is slightly awkward given that we are living with the ILs at the moment!

Tribble - the world is full of incompetent people, almost strangled our (ex) mortgage broker a couple of days back but suspect I would have felt the same when not pregnant so guess that one doesn't count!

DyeInTheEar Fri 09-Nov-12 20:20:12

As part of the MN pregnant only jury I shout a big YANBU.

Granted I had a massive go at DH yesterday for buggering off and doing necessary and useful chores - the total bastard. His first day off in months and months and he didn't tell me how long he'd be gone for (3 hours, I mean really) and I was stuck with a toddler when I wanted to waited on hand and foot at home. So I accept that I am not the most reliable or impartial or level headed jurors. But back you all regardless.

StateofConfusion Fri 09-Nov-12 21:57:56

So glad its not just me! I'm 34wks tomorrow and I am Vile.

The dcs and dp are annoying me sooo much, I even got arsey with someone walking slowly in tescos, I could have just walked around them blush

chocorocco Fri 09-Nov-12 21:59:08

33 weeks and feeling the same. Everyone is annoying me. I feel fed up, uncomfortable and so sick of everyone telling me how huge i look!!!! Getting rather impatient to meet my wriggly bean.

ratbagcatbag Fri 09-Nov-12 22:01:59

Oh god, I'm only 20 weeks this weekend and I'm like this allllllll the time, my very senior boss who has an evil reputation for swearing and annihaliting (sp) everyone within yelling distance who's really a big soppy teddy bear when you work for him has told my DH I need a health warning for when people ring me blush
My DSS has started rolling his eyes in unison with his dad when they think I'm not looking and even the cats avoiding me!!! Oh crap, another 20 weeks of this, I'll have murdered someone by then.

AppleCrumples Fri 09-Nov-12 22:03:21

Are you all me?! Am 29 weeks and everyone is annoying me! I realise that I am quite unreasonable and have also apologised to poor dcs who get shouted at over very little!

Have promised them normal service will be resumed soon sad

GrandPoohBah Fri 09-Nov-12 23:21:04

I spent the last month I was working forwarding proposed responses to emails to my colleague entitled 'is this appropriate to send?'. To be fair I do get a disproportionate number of fuckwits emailing me, but I did recognise that sometimes my reaction was a little OTT.

Mainly she told me to send the emails though grin

winniethepug Sat 10-Nov-12 02:07:00

Good to read this. I am 33 weeks and roasting hot, itchy boobs, heavy, homicidal (especially with DH), restless legs all night.....starving at 4am. Don't remember first pregnancy being like this.

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