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Third trimester symptoms

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lovelyjubilly Wed 13-Dec-17 08:43:29

I feel like I've returned to the first trimester!
- Achy boobs
- Feeling nauseous
- SO moody (lots of angry crying, mainly about 5yo dd's behaviour and my dh's crap way of dealing with it)

Has anyone else found this to be the case? I'm 37 weeks tomorrow and CAN'T WAIT to get this baby out!

ChocolateButton15 Wed 13-Dec-17 08:48:37

Yes! I didn't get morning sickness in 1st trimester but have it now at 31 weeks! So tired again and I can relate to the moodiness, I have pregnancy rage over silly things!!

ijustwannadance Wed 13-Dec-17 09:09:02

Insomnia, heartburn, tiredness, crying for nothing then angrier than the hulk.

Rebekah120517 Wed 13-Dec-17 11:33:26

Woke up this morning and actually thought that to myself that it feels like the first trimester all over again.

-achy body all over, shoulders are agony
-very emotional

Expectingbsbunumber2 Wed 13-Dec-17 11:45:19

38+4 here and feel sick most of the time, have bad heartburn, can't sleep, achy legs and pressure at my bum!

I'm so ready for baby to be here now!

1stX Wed 13-Dec-17 11:49:13

Butt pain. Lots of butt pain. Stupid coxis.

lovelyjubilly Wed 13-Dec-17 11:58:47

Oh yeah. Piles. I forgot to mention the piles 😰

Prusik Wed 13-Dec-17 12:00:12

I feel.your pain ladies. I'm 33 weeks and absolutely exhausted

lovelyjubilly Thu 14-Dec-17 11:19:51

Oh and cravings. Can't get enough orange juice at the moment...

Beakyplinders Thu 14-Dec-17 15:39:56

New cravings.
More tiredness.
More spots.
More tears.
Extreme heartburn.
New, John Wayne walk.

It's a beautiful time in a woman's life hmm grin

Mrstobe90 Thu 14-Dec-17 15:46:29

I had horrific morning sickness in first trimester and am 30+5 and have started puking again. Hoping it’s a tummy bug and not morning sickness lol!

Hang in there OP! You’re doing great xxx

lovelyjubilly Thu 14-Dec-17 18:30:13

beakyplinders I have loads of spots too! I never had spots even as a teen and yet here I am...

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