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Old Jan 17th, 2018, 06:54 AM   1
rebeccalouise
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Anyone else really fed up?


Iím so down in the dumps. Baby is engaged, so now even walking is a pain! 🤦🏻*♀️ Iím really hoping she isnít late, and comes within the next few weeks. I have a over a mile to walk to school everyday, so on average I must do 4 miles there, back, there and then back again. Iím absolutely exhausted, I could cry. 😭 Hubby doesnít understand at all, he just thinks Iím constantly in a mood. I donít know if talking to my midwife would help at all, as I know theyíll probably just say thereís nothing they can do. Iím trying to stay positive as I know Iím so blessed to be pregnant - it took us a long while to fall pregnant! However I just canít shake this fedupness. 😔 sorry for the rant and sounding ungrateful, Iím really not ungrateful at all - just needed to vent! 😕 am I the only one? X



 
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Old Jan 17th, 2018, 07:01 AM   2
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Not at all hun. Late pregnancy is hard, and it's uncomfortable and I can't imagine having to walk that far. I hope the rest of it goes by quickly for you. It'll all be worth it.
Buy yourself a treat every few days! It's what I've been doing. Even just a coffee out or a new cheap nail varnish. Plan a couple of fun days (doesn't have to be out if you don't want to walk. Google some baking recipes that would be easy and fun to do with your other girls, watch a film online, paint your nails). You're on the home stretch now but I do completely understand how you feel and I've been fed up as hell too especially with the anxiety.



 
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Old Jan 17th, 2018, 07:03 AM   3
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Not at all hun. Late pregnancy is hard, and it's uncomfortable and I can't imagine having to walk that far. I hope the rest of it goes by quickly for you. It'll all be worth it.
Buy yourself a treat every few days! It's what I've been doing. Even just a coffee out or a new cheap nail varnish. Plan a couple of fun days (doesn't have to be out if you don't want to walk. Google some baking recipes that would be easy and fun to do with your other girls, watch a film online, paint your nails). You're on the home stretch now but I do completely understand how you feel and I've been fed up as hell too especially with the anxiety.
Thanks hun, Iíll definitely look into having a few treats! ☺️ I hope your baby comes soon for you. X



 
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Old Jan 21st, 2018, 15:56 PM   4
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I just wrote the below today! I shouldn't moan as waited 4.5 years for this but I'm Miserable!

Oh my god I don't want to complain but I feel miserable for last 2 days. Heartburn, headache for 3 days solid I feel I've got even bigger all of a sudden. My spd is bad, I have piles and thrush and my cystitis has been horrendous 2 days straight. I've peed about 15 times in last hour and I'm up 8 times a night due to drinking loads from my cystitis. I really don't want to moan as I'm so bloody grateful for this pregnancy but it's been so difficult and I don't know how I'll go another nearly 7 weeks. I think his position is making it worse with my really sensitive weak bladder I'm just so sick of the god damn cystitis now



 
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Old Jan 21st, 2018, 20:52 PM   5
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I'm in NZ and we are in the middle of a VERY warm and humid Summer at the moment - one of the warmest we've had on record for a while with the average temps between the late 20's to early 30's. I'm also 38 weeks pregnant and like you, just OVER it and this heat is NOT helping me. By this time in my last 2 pregnancies I'd already had my babies so this is very unusual for me and it's getting me down. I've been having a lot of lower back and pelvic pain and early contractions on and off for the last week and as soon and I think things are going to pick up and take off, they stop. I totally get how you feel!! I'm so sore and fed up too. I don't walk many places because of the discomfort but getting in and out of behind the steering wheel of the car is just as horrible.



 
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Old Jan 21st, 2018, 21:43 PM   6
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On the bright side, all that walking might help get that baby out!
When I was 38 weeks, I felt certain my LO would come at 39 weeks. At 42 weeks I was still pregnant so needless to say I was NOT a happy camper...but once I was induced, everything went so fast and then it was all over practically in the blink of an eye. Don’t worry, it may feel like an eternity but it WILL end! Best wishes!



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Old Jan 22nd, 2018, 16:15 PM   7
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Me 🙋🏼*♀️

Like you Iím not sleeping because Iím having to get up to pee. Iím drinking two pints of water per night while in bed which I know doesnít help with the toilet situation but if I donít drink I keep waking because Iím thirsty.

My boobs have been leaking terribly since I was 19 weeks so as it stands Iíve had a bra on for the past 3 months constant even in bed

My SPD has been really bad Iím and spending most of the night trying to sleep sitting up which results in a nodding head wakening me up!

And I still have another 7 weeks to go.

Iím feeling your pain xx



 
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Old Jan 23rd, 2018, 02:12 AM   8
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The walking might help get things started! But still, very sorry for you, any chance your husband could do the school run instead? Or a neighbour? I can't walk for more than two minutes at this stage, no way could I walk 4 miles a day! (thank goodness Maria walks by herself to school)



 
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Old Jan 23rd, 2018, 06:20 AM   9
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So fed up! Peanut I feel you..my SPD is so as I can't walk now. In constant agony. Couldn't even get my daughter to school today as I can't drive my legs are so bad. C section booked for 39 weeks but I'm praying they move it forward when I speak to them later as I can't go on like this x



 
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Old Jan 23rd, 2018, 12:06 PM   10
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Pregnancy is hard to say the least, vent away!
I'm absolutely miserable: SPD, restless leg, gestational diabetes, insomnia, severe hip pain and the list goes on. Counting the HOURS until I can meet baby and say goodbye to being pregnant!
Hang in there ladies, we got this!



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