So exhausted, I could sleep all day...is this normal?
I could literally sleep all night, all day and then some! Is this normalish? I am a little over 14 weeks.I am not anemic, I just had my blood drawn. But dang I am tired!!!! I just feel like I can NEVER get enough shut eye!
You may want to have your tsh checked at your next appt if you haven't had it done in a while. I surprisingly went hypothyroid with pregnancy and the only reason it was suspected was my extreme exhaustion.
I told my doc the exact same thing, she told me I need to make sure I'm taking my vitamins regularly, or the baby will steal all the good stuff and I'll be an exhausted mess :P. She also tested my thyroid levels but haven't gotten those results. I would be hyper if anything though, I'm quite thin so it's unlikely I'm hypo. DH is very understanding that I need to sleep a lot.
Yeah I have this problem as well! Im always tired, but then again I am chasing after a 2 year old during the day as well, kinda think that helps with it! I also work 3-4 days out of the week. I'm a chef so I'm always on my feet!
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