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Coreynkayden Mon 27-Mar-17 08:37:05

Is anybody else suffering with nighmares im 14 weeks and nearly every night i have a dream and there always horrible most off the time i wake up and stay awake just to try not to have the dream again but as soon as im back to sleep my dream starts off were it left sad is there anything that can help its getting to point i dont wana go sleep the dreams feel so real

beingsunny Mon 27-Mar-17 08:52:27

It's definitely hormonal, don't read anything into it if that's what you are worried about smile

No ideas for stopping it, maybe you can take a supplement which might 'even' you out a bit, I'm sure it will pass the same as most first trimester symptoms.

Lemondrop09 Mon 27-Mar-17 10:39:42

Iv had three baby related bad dreams over the last three nights

First night, I had a huge bleed

Second night, I had the meanest midwife visit me at home the day after birth and tell me I was doing it all wrong. She told me off for have the baby in a day time baby gro instead of a sleepsuit and how could I expect a baby to sleep dressed like that?! hmm

Then last night I dreamed I was discharged without anyone telling me how to breastfeed. Baby was hungry and we spent all night running around town trying to find formula and suitable newborn teats.

They've not been nightmares yet, but unhappy dreams that are not much fun and I hope they stop soon.

I've had trouble sleeping in general, What I've done is downloaded an audio book of my favourite books (in my case I picked Harry Potter, as its total fantasy, far removed from reality) and easily drift off again listening to that. Maybe worth a go?

DaisyS91 Mon 27-Mar-17 12:32:07

I'm 36 weeks and I have been having truly awful nightmares every night for the past month. I'm so tired as I feel like I'm more stressed through the night than the day!

Coreynkayden Mon 27-Mar-17 13:58:27

Thanks for all your comments smile the audio book is a good idea im gena give it a go

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