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33 weeks and NO energy

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LydiaN Tue 11-Jan-05 16:11:19

Hi ladies,
I'm 33 weeks with my first baby and for the last week have barely been able to drag myself out of bed. Is this a nomral thing? Thought my energy would have picked up about now not gone to nowt. AM sleeping terribly and have loads of financial worries at mo so don't think this is helping.
Anybody got any tips?

lockets Tue 11-Jan-05 16:18:44

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LydiaN Tue 11-Jan-05 16:24:23

yep - just can't seem ot sleep in day. AM fine going to sleep but wake early. Even when I do sleep I'm feeling like a zombie in day. Argh!

Angeliz Tue 11-Jan-05 16:27:28

I have energy lapses, (am 34 weeks).
I go through periodds of being knackered and then buzzing for days and nesting like mad.
Mind you, i also have dd, 3.11 to look after so don't have much choice!
Hope you feel better soon, never mind they'll all be out soon and we can have a reat!


Kelly1978 Tue 11-Jan-05 16:27:50

I feel exactly like that, I'm 28 weeks with twins. It is worth getting ur iron levels checked, you may be anaemic.

Angeliz Tue 11-Jan-05 16:27:51

a REST even!!

lockets Tue 11-Jan-05 16:30:27

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Angeliz Tue 11-Jan-05 16:32:46

mmmmm, especially with dd still creeping in my bed at 4-5-6, whenever takes her fancy!!

I keep thinking of 2 awake!!
At the same time though i'm really excited to see it now )
BTW, love your name, (it was honey wasn't it??)

lockets Tue 11-Jan-05 16:36:32

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Angeliz Tue 11-Jan-05 16:39:46

The second scan told us ours was a girl but they could always be wrong so i'm trying to keep an open mind

LydiaN Tue 11-Jan-05 17:51:53

thanks ladies - good luck with more than one as well!
you made me realise I've not taken my preg. supplements for a couple of weeks, so will go back to them and see if that makes a difference.
Lydia x

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