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will I get a bit less dozy and vague at any point?

(10 Posts)
plantsitter Wed 09-Jul-08 11:05:26

I'm 10 weeks pregnant (first) and am dozy, vague and can't be bothered to concentrate on anything. And I feel a bit rubbish and tired most of the time. All this would be ok if I didn't have to work but I think I will get fired if I'm like this for the next 7 months! Please tell me it gets a bit better... please?

plantsitter Wed 09-Jul-08 11:27:19


NotQuiteCockney Wed 09-Jul-08 11:28:32

It does get better - when your youngest child is about 5. grin

No, seriously, second trimester is better, ime.

plantsitter Wed 09-Jul-08 11:32:43

Thanks NQC. To be honest, I thought the 'when it's 5' answer might be the accurate one, so that's reassuring.

gillythekid Wed 09-Jul-08 11:41:15

Dozier and more vague as the weeks go by!

chocbiscuits Wed 09-Jul-08 14:15:34

Huh? wink

plantsitter Wed 09-Jul-08 16:26:50

Ooh I forgot I'd started this thread! grin

ButIForgetMyself Wed 09-Jul-08 16:33:52


I just went shopping and left my shopping in the shop for about the fourth time since I got pregnant (I'm 15 weeks).

And it took me about three days to remember what an itemised phone bill is called.

chunkypudding Thu 10-Jul-08 15:00:28


ds nearly 6 months, believe me you are dozier and vaguer than you could possibly imagine once the little buggers are born!!!

never mind types of phone bill tis a miracle if i can remember my name!

my advice - sleep all you can now. seriously, make the most of it.

sleep is grrrreat. you'll miss it! grin

JessJess3908 Thu 10-Jul-08 15:24:00

IMHO - Bit better in 2nd trimester... then rapidly downhill again towards the end of the 3rd. Don't know how i haven't been sacked yet.

I've found it's even more important than ever to write 'to do' lists at work - if its not on there then there's no hope of me ever getting roudn to it.

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