I have felt out of place in Tri 3 as there is so much labour talk and I'm not ready for that! I'm due 26th March with my first child. I'm having a little girl
We are starting to get organised, bought babys pram today which I love! And started decorating babys room. Got new flooring put down and painted the walls all white for the undercoat (still not fully decided how we will decorate her room)
I've been having backpain and slightly swollen ankles but the worse new symptom is sinus pain! It feels like someone has punched me in the cheekbones!
Looking forward to the next 13 weeks flying in so I can meet my little one
I'm due March 13, so not exactly the same time but close enough! The last ~two weeks I suddenly put on a lot of weight... and uhm this week was the first one where I was wearing my coat and a stranger said to me "oh! are you pregnant?" So I guess it's now not just my imagination that I look almost 30 weeks pregnant! lol.
Biggest complaint I have physically in the last few weeks - aside from the sudden weight gain but probably related! - is the achy feeling when I get out of bed. I feel like I'm in my 80s. It's getting difficult to sleep comfortably in any position for any period of time. I change positions several times per night and I usually have to pee every time I wake up, too.
As of Thursday we'll be down to single digit countdown for weeks. Eeeeep!
I am also due March 25th! Although, I will be induced at week 38 if I make it that far. I am expecting twin girls and measuring almost 10 weeks ahead. The discomfort has definitely set in! And as luck would have it, morning sickness has returned. One of my biggest challenges is I keep waking up on my back in terrible.discomfort. I always fall asleep on my side and somehow my body rolls over onto my back in my sleep. The pressure is uncomfortable and i wake up dizzy and cramping. I wish there was some back alarm I could wear that would trigger me to turn on my side when i roll on my back. Anyone else having this challenge?
Heya! I am due March 24th but I have a gut feeling Ill go before then or Doctor will induce me before 40 weeks (due to how big my first was lol)
I am feeling pretty good besides the constant peeing (litterally at least 5-10 times in an hour.. it sucks, its cause baby is sitting so low) I also have pelvic and hip pain when I lay down but besides that Ive been feeling pretty good! Glad to see some other people around my due date, I feel quiet left out in third trimester haha
Hi Im due the 28th March cant wait to meet the baby, (had a m'c at 13 and a half weeks last september was a suprise as i was told i couldnt have anymore children due to pcos) then fell pregnant with this little angel i've had horrible morning sickness throughout headaches feeling faint and very bad heartburn and indigestion
Blimey there really has been lots of you lurking in third tri!
As for rolling onto back, I do it too but never wake up breathless. Infact, sleeping on my back is by far the comfiest position for me! I am definitely the same with the waking several times a night too change position and everytime I do, I have to use the bathroom. Luckily for me we have an en suite so not far too go!
My belly hasn't taken it's pregnancy shape, to me, the only way to tell I'm pregnant is looking at me front on, from the side I just look like Christmas food got the better of me lol
haha i seemed to have sprouted over last two weeks and I always wake up lying on my back yet I always fall asleep on left hand side baby always seems to wake at 2 am 5 am and 8 am by giving me nice little digs haha i love the feeling of him/her moving , was told it could be a girl but sonographer wasnt sure so hopefully find out better at 28 week growth scan got to get checked out for gestational diabetes aswell as twice ive had glucose in my water last one was 4 + :/
There have been a lot of lurkers! Also for the back-thing I find sticking a pillow under my hip stops be from rolling over onto my back, and if I do, it still keeps me slightly tilted so Im not 100% on my back.
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