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anyone else fed up yet? 3rd trimester...

(17 Posts)
ricecrispies16 Mon 13-Jun-16 20:28:46

32 weeks here and I'm so done with it now! The exhaustion is back, the sickness is returning, the back ache is here, dizziness has arrived, my hips are killing me.... Running around after my toddler makes it even harder and the tiredness even harder to cope with!!

Anyone else?

(Just to add - this is a light hearted moan!)

ricecrispies16 Mon 13-Jun-16 20:29:44

Oh, and the being massive and struggling to do basic tasks these days!

bippitybopityboo Mon 13-Jun-16 21:10:04

Ohhh I'm soo done with pregnancy now.
I have mild preeclampsia and I'm constantly worrying aswell as aching and I'd kill for a decent sleep!!
4 weeks 2 days to due date I can't wait.
Definitely good to have a moan!

Also made a mental note to self to make sure I'm not heavily pregnant in summer again 🙈
Not too long to go. Good luck OP grin

Eminado Mon 13-Jun-16 21:11:53

31 + 4 and I am DONE. So over this now.

Stom91 Mon 13-Jun-16 22:16:05

35+5 here and I am so so done. Was done about 10 weeks ago.
I can't get of the sofa without help now! Lol. I it hurts to out weight on my hips and nothing fits me!!

Dd1 was 12 days late I really can't do that again. I really hope this one is on time or a little early. I may cry otherwise !!

So read to meet her now but not sure I'm ready for the labour again haha

Beansprout30 Mon 13-Jun-16 22:50:25

34weeks here, don't want to sound like a smug cow but I'm really enjoying the last stretch, just getting impatient as I can't wait to meet baby grin tis a struggle to do my shoes up and sit at my desk though and nasty leg cramps in the night

Peyia Mon 13-Jun-16 23:11:05

I just can't take the vag punching anymore 😭

But he has to stay put for now!!

Quodlibet Tue 14-Jun-16 00:01:29

Yep done. 35+2 here and really had enough of feeling mildly debilitated all the time. I completely lost my tag today when I couldn't get the toddler's buggy out the front door because of stuff in the way that I couldn't move because I am too fat and pregnant. Life feels like a perpetual obstacle course. Plus baby is lying diagonally which isn't comfy.

On the flip side neither my house nor my mind is ready for another baby - we are bang in the middle of a loft conversion so house full of tools and plaster dust. And I am just not in the slightest bit mentally prepared for the new arrival!

dats Tue 14-Jun-16 00:12:02

Quodlibet high five. 35+1, can't even take the toddler out any more because I'm too effing fat and SPD-ridden. Kitchen has been ripped out and plasterers can't fit us in until first week of July. After which we have to assemble and fit new kitchen. 'We'. Yeah. And DD was born at 37+4 so I bloody hope this one isn't going to make an early bid, too...

So, in essence: I feel physically bloody dreadful and mentally bloody dreadful but I don't want it to be over yet please!!!!

flowerpower10 Tue 14-Jun-16 13:13:47

33+5 wish it was over and I had recovered Hate that I am still sick at least once a day all the food I would love to eat with out being sick and enjoy it
No pain hips back feet ankles breasts belly to sleep not being scared of the c-section and following pain and coping with a baby

malvinandhobbes Tue 14-Jun-16 13:21:41

33 weeks and done being pregnant, carpal tunnel, restless legs, a baby sitting on my bladder all the time. Last night I thought I was being a responsible healthy person and took a two mile gentle walk, and was punished with braxton hicks 4 minutes apart all evening long.

Sleeping better since I moved out of the marital bed.

BUT...I am not ready. I am so far from ready that if I went into labour tomorrow there would be chaos on multiple levels. I hope to be ready by 36 weeks. I will happily endure for the next 3 weeks at which point I will be properly annoyed that baby is still on the inside.

StinkyMcgrinky Tue 14-Jun-16 19:53:28

34+5 and utterly fed up now. SPD is destroying my body and I can't remember the last time I slept for longer than 40minutes without waking up and rolling over so my other hip can take the weight for a while.

The air con at work is broken so I spend my days red and sweaty and hugging my desk fan.

DS1 is 17 months and is running me ragged, he arrived at 36 weeks and I've been warned it can happen again which I think has given me false hope and he's going to be late and I've got another 6-7 weeks yet.

Oh and I have an irritable uterus so even looking at something the wrong way results in painful cramps and BH. sad

Stom91 Tue 21-Jun-16 13:35:02

37 weeks tomorrow. Full term yay.
But I'm so fed up and bored. I just feel like crying. I'm so done with being pregnant and fat and just want her here so I can get life on track. Not good out much hope though as DD1 was 12 days overdue sad

I'm willing labour on so much now I feel like it's never going to happen. I'm going to be pregnant forever sad

Vebrithien Tue 21-Jun-16 15:33:56

32+5 here. Still teaching fulltime, hot classroom, not possible to sit down (practical subject).
LO seems to kick me in the bladder as soon as the lesson has started...
4 weeks and 2 days until the end of term!

Marines28 Tue 21-Jun-16 18:39:36

I'm 38 and I had greenish discharge and I'm at a two what that mean

Shelby1981 Wed 22-Jun-16 17:08:58

Yes fed up! 36 weeks today, carpal tunnel getting worse, up to the first joint in my fingers is numb/tingly and feels horrible, feet like an elephants, uncomfortable driving as I feel like I'm being folded in half and get cramp in my huge ankles and pain in my wrists. Braxton Hicks in the evening where my bump can go hard for an hour at a time, and stabbing pains which I assume is baby trying to engage. Pah! 4 weeks to go.....(or 1....or 6....)

malin100 Wed 22-Jun-16 22:44:07

I feel like I've hit my wall already at 26+4! Such a long time of work and pregnancy to go!

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