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Oh god here we are!

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FGSholdthedoor Thu 26-Oct-17 09:54:30

I've now officially hit the stage of pregnancy where I'm up multiple times a night to pee and/or take gaviscon for my heartburn which gets so bad I feel sick.
I also wake up feeling like I've not had a drink for 100years and have just walked through the Sahara.
I'm tired 99.9% of the time and could randomly nap in strange places.
Also I cannot get comfy no matter what I do and the little monster one inside of me is kicking the bejesus out of my belly/ribs to the point it feels bruised. To top it off I'm incapable of standing up from a sitting position without grunting like I'm weightlifting and I have a spiderweb of stretch marks not only on my belly but also legs and thighs.
And thanks to the half painful pressure I feel on and around my pelvis when I'm stood up I'm officially doing "the waddle" when I walk.

Anyone else care to join the pregnancy symptom moan?

PS. Lighthearted.

owltrousers Thu 26-Oct-17 09:56:36

Oh lord! OP how many weeks are you?

I sympathise with the peeing and heartburn! I often have to get up in the night to take a renee rapiz, i'm popping them like crazy. I'm 29 weeks.

My bump hurts a lot because I think I naturally walk fast and give myself a stitch! ouch.

FGSholdthedoor Thu 26-Oct-17 10:01:37

I'm 35 weeks ATM.
And feeling a constant ache in my bump these past couple of days.

Heart burns a bitch nightmare isn't it!

BernardBlacksHangover Thu 26-Oct-17 10:06:27

Oh no op! I'll be joining you soon I think.

I've just hit 26 weeks, my back is killing me and I just feel very... pregnant. I didn't feel this way, this early, with dc1, (unless I've forgotten - probably have)!

dangle90 Thu 26-Oct-17 10:08:10

Could of written this! Infact I’ve just written about not being able to sleep! 29 weeks pregnant with twins and everything hurts!

FGSholdthedoor Thu 26-Oct-17 10:24:51

@BernardBlacksHangover I don't recall being this bad with DC1 either but like you've said I probably forgot!

This morning me and DH managed to have a rare cuddle before we had to get out of bed and he said "why are we so tired recently" (background: we've been oversleeping and generally dead in the mornings last couple of weeks) I looked at him like hmm "We? well I know why I'm tired but why are you?"

If he was 35wks pregnant he would probably stay in bed for the next 5 weeks and acting like the world was ending.

AnUtterIdiot Thu 26-Oct-17 10:36:06

Nearly 32 weeks with twins. I do occasionally thrash around in the night (feel that I need a hoist of some sort frankly) so wouldn't surprise me if DH is struggling with sleep too!

FGSholdthedoor Thu 26-Oct-17 19:09:19

Had a midwife appt today, the baby is so wriggly she gasped when she felt the bump and asked "what is this little one doing?"
I get kicks in my right side so hard I almost feel it in my back, the whole bump moves, goes hard and I'm sometimes lucky enough to get a lovely drag of feet along my ribs (like a mug being dragged across prison bars for lack of better examples).
When she had a feel she had to get another nurse to have a feel as its in such a weird position she thought it was transverse, turned out its just an awkward curled up ball of fury kicking out at everyone and everything.

Oh and also I might apparently have an oncoming kidney infection..... sad

allthecheese Thu 26-Oct-17 20:40:52

Soooo glad I'm not the only one.

29 weeks here. All of the above applies to me. This little one had better be worth it!

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