It happened around 15 weeks for me this pregnancy. I don't know if it was a burst of energy so much as the symptoms that made me feel terrible going away (nausea, headaches/migraines/tiredness) and now I feel much more normal and have energy to do things!
Energy? What's that?
I still have zero , however life is much easier now my sickness has subsided. Which happened at around 20 weeks gradually. I feel so much more 'alive' at least now I'm not constantly nauseous. Still exhausted from the second I wake though. I think the fantastic 2nd tri is a myth lol.
It has varied by pregnancy. With this one, I got energy back at around 17 weeks, but it's not a ton of energy - just enough to clean my house - and I'm exhausted by 3pm. haha. We're body building! It takes a lot out of us!
Ahh so I'm just obviously not weird for not getting a sudden burst of energy. Now I don't feel so guilty for not doing much. Need to clean house, but sooo tired. Had a bit of energy this morning at my midwife appointment, but now fatigued. How am I going to work when school resumes?? (I'm a casual teacher).
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