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anyone else feel like there moaning

(17 Posts)
lia666 Wed 18-May-16 19:13:25

Hi, I am only 10 weeks pregnant with my 3rd, I already feel like I'm moaning and suffering like I was 8 months pregnant

I find I'm struggling to breathe a bit if I walk to fast or bend over, my back is sore, getting headaches and not sleeping very well, plus the sickNess, please say someone else feels like this

Ipdipdo Wed 18-May-16 19:43:15

Yes I totally agree. My first 2 did not feel this difficult but I am a fair bit older now!

lia666 Wed 18-May-16 20:03:03

The worst part of it is, I will say to my husband about my back or sickness or whatever and he says god ur only 10 weeks not 8 months, I'm sure he thinks II making it up, because he can't see the bump yet, he must think that nothing is going on inside

Ipdipdo Wed 18-May-16 21:06:10

Again I agree with you, mine thinks I should be sailing through these early weeks. I'm so much busier now at home and at work and I don't get to rest like I did with the others.
If I get to the 2nd trimester I hope I start to feel better and get glowing.

AButterflyLightsBesideUs Wed 18-May-16 21:16:25

I do nothing but moan in pregnancy grin

Firstly, it is shit. Secondly, I feel DH needs to fully appreciate the shit I am putting up with and be suitably caring/picking up slack etc. The early months of pregnancy are pretty much invisible but also (for me) the worst by a mile. The exhaustion and the debilitating nausea are really something else. I don't think he really gets it though. Mind you, I wouldn't if I hadn't done it myself.

lia666 Wed 18-May-16 21:58:24

No I probably wouldn't either if I'm honest, but I sure as hell ain't making it all up, they get all the good bits like hearing the heartbeat and seeing the scans, without any of the pain, plus from about 24 weeks I will be in hospital every week for glucose tests and growth scans cause I has gestational diabetes with my 2nd so pretty much a guarantee of getting it again, but he won't have to worry about any of that either lol

Gingey005 Wed 18-May-16 22:17:44

Ah! Pleased to find this thread. I'm only 6 wks with my first and I've been a right moaning Minnie today. I'm getting nausea all day. As a farming family my in laws are on the doorstep and as we've decided not to tell anyone until 12 wks it's murder trying to act normal. By 5pm I want my OH in the house so I can have a good moan and get some sympathy. Not getting much of that as he doesn't get it but he is very good with chores and helping out. I feel bad for complaining as we have been trying for 2 years so I should be over the moon I feel like this but it's not pleasant!!

lia666 Wed 18-May-16 22:22:25

No it isn't, it does pass tho, I noticed between 12 and 16 weeks for my last 2, but it's nice to be able to have someone to say it to that understands what ur going through, nothing worse than trying to explain how u feel to someone who doesn't get it, drives me insane

Kariana Wed 18-May-16 23:08:26

I feel like I'm constantly moaning. The initial symptoms passed and I had a good couple of weeks but last couple of day I've been in a lot of pain so moaning again. Feel very bad about it as this baby is very much wanted and long awaited - keep reminding myself how lucky we are, although that doesn't stop the pain!

Alasalas2 Thu 19-May-16 04:01:03

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princesspineapple Thu 19-May-16 06:06:07

I whinged at DP for the entire pregnancy... If my body is suffering, it's only fair that his ears do too! Nobody tells you how rough it can be! I tried not to moan in public because it was a hugely wanted pregnancy and I didn't want to look ungrateful, so saved all my complaints for when we got home!

smellsofelderberries Thu 19-May-16 12:14:29

I am feeling physically fine but emotionally drained. Pregnant for the second time after a MMC (at 11+2 but baby never developed) in Jan and terrified of something going wrong. 14+5 today and feeling physically much better, but can't feel baby yet so am worrying constantly. There is zero reason for me to be worried, he's been measuring perfectly at all scans (and 4 days ahead at the 12 week scan), excellent heart rate, NT measurement was on the low end of normal so risk factors of trisomys are tiny. AND YET, I worry. I'm so annoyed with myself!

Ipdipdo Thu 19-May-16 12:59:10

I was just sat at work feeling so incredibly anxious. 12 wk scan is tmrw and I'm so nervous that that's making me feel more nauseous. I had a mmc at Xmas so feeling extra cautious, I thought after tmrw I'd feel less so but having read smells post I probably won't relax until I feel movement .........

lia666 Thu 19-May-16 19:20:22

I was panicking when first found out was pregnant, I bought a fetal doppler so I could listen to babies heartbeat myself when ever I wanted, best 30 pound I ever spent, puts my mind at rest

Ipdipdo Thu 19-May-16 19:33:07

Lia666 How many weeks were you when you started using the Doppler? How did u know it was your babies heartbeat and not your own or the placenta?
I've thought of using one but thought u had to be in the 2nd trimester

Brightside65 Thu 19-May-16 19:39:36

I'm 31 weeks and all I've done is moan, I didn't think I was that bad but my colleagues in work say I've been a nightmare grin

lia666 Thu 19-May-16 22:18:17

I heard it from 7 weeks, and I knew it was babies and not mine, as I listened to mine first, and sounds different, babies is faster, I wasn't 100% at first but watched a vid on YouTube of what babies heartbeat should sounf like and that made it better

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