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Is it normal to be THIS tired at 37 weeks??

(8 Posts)
ethelfleda Tue 24-Oct-17 12:27:04

I'm 37 +2 today and I feel like absolute crap. Went out for the day yesterday with DH - nothing too strenuous and since I've come home I am completely wiped out. Slept fairly well last night but I have done nothing at all today and even going downstairs to get food is a huge chore!
I've been on iron tablets for about 2 weeks and I did perk up a little bit on them but now I have absolutely no energy and feel a little bit sick and spaced out. Just don't want to move sad

theunicorntoldmetoeatit Tue 24-Oct-17 12:45:08

Unfortunately not providing any helpful response but could of written this myself.. and I'm not even 25 weeks yet!
Hope you start to feel a bit better soon, and not long until you'll get to meet your little one! smile

Scroobius Tue 24-Oct-17 12:50:34

Ask for a blood test to check what’s going on. Being able to struggle on doesn’t mean you don’t need treatment. My haemoglobin levels were so low the midwife couldn’t believe I could get out of bed and dr wanted me to have a transfusion, I just felt a bit rubbish.

ethelfleda Tue 24-Oct-17 13:11:35

Scroobius oddly enough, the Dr surgery just called me to make sure I book in for a blood test a week before my iron tablets run out (didn't mention they were Dr prescribed - ferrous sulphate)

OnionShite Tue 24-Oct-17 14:35:58

It is, but do get your bloods done anyway.

ladystarkers Tue 24-Oct-17 14:41:12

Yep

GingerHanna Tue 24-Oct-17 15:03:50

36+4 and much the same here. Bloods done yesterday and all okay so guessing it’s just part of the joy of pregnancy.

ethelfleda Tue 24-Oct-17 15:18:17

Thanks for the replies. Luckily I finished work so I have done absolutely nothing today but rest and eat! I suppose if it was ever ok to be lazy, now is the time!

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