I am at 24 weeks and I'm doing pretty good. My first trimester had lots of nausea. So much so that I had to take meds to make the feeling go away. Now I just don't feel like eating at home (suppertime). I usually make supper for the family but I don't eat a whole lot. Usually cereal or a roll with peanut butter. Some days are good, other days after work, I'm exhausted and just want to keep my feet up. Hard to do with 3 little girlies.
Becky in Texas
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I'm 21weeks tomorrow and I have had a pretty awesome pregnancy. Very little issues for the first trimester, hard to say if I was tired due to the time of year, a little moody, a little nervous but good. I started getting round ligament pain early on and still have to remember to get up slow from a seated position. Everything has been going good so far in my second trimester. I have my kicken' chicken reminding me she/he is getting stronger and bigger everyday! Still having the round ligament pains, weight gain is been a little faster then I would like, there has been a little comfort eating for stress. Struggling with my growing belly sometimes. Next doctors appointment is the dreaded GD test I hope that is OK. Trying to get as squared away by May as I can so my 3rd trimester is as easy as possible, just in case I have any issues. Daddy got to feel his little soccer player kick last night so that was pretty cool the look on his face was elation with a tinge of panic AKA -priceless!
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I am 23 weeks now. I am a bit tired, but nothing out of the ordinary I guess. I am not sick anymore. My problem is the weight gain. I was eating good, and the weight is just coming on. People say that you don't look it, but to me I"M HUGE. This is my issue...after losing 60 lbs and getting pregnant it's hard mentally. Like I said it's a problem :) but, that's it. Due july 1 and ready, ready, ready...still stay active as I can. But...everything else is good! can't wait for our little man to be here! :)
I'm 34 weeks, and I still have a bit of nausea. :( But it's mostly the tiredness that's getting to me; I only have so much energy, so I've had to marshal what I do very carefully so I don't overdo it.. I've also got the round ligament pain when i do anything that requires using my core (especially sitting on the bus - those drivers love their brakes!) Otherwise, I've been mostly ok :)
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I am almost 27 weeks and I am mostly tired. I was tired mostly in the first trimester and the 2nd trimester was great- no symptoms and barely knew I was pregnant until he started moving. Other than being tired, everything is great. No nausea or anything and I am very thankful!
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