Pregnancy App Article: "How are you feeling this week?"

Week 31
How are you feeling this week?
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Highs and lows
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Here's how some other women felt at 31 weeks:
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It’s ups and downs. I’m now struggling with work by the end of the week due to severe fatigue. I nap in the afternoons on days off or I feel really unwell. My feet and ankles swell so I can't walk too far and I get frustrated about not being able to do what I usually do (I’m usually really active).
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On the positive side, my hair is lovely and never greasy and skin clear. My husband is making such a huge effort to help me and my son is so excited about the baby. I’m also getting great care from the local maternity service (I am classed as a high risk pregnancy) - just so grateful for the NHS! I’m glad I chose this time to have booked some annual leave from work, too. It was a good point for a break.
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