Hot flashes and exhaustation at 36 almost 37 weeks....
I am almost 37 weeks pregnant and all of a sudden have been feeling very very exhausted. I slept for 11 and a half hours last night and still felt tired by 6 o'clock today. I also was experiencing hot flashes and sweating even though it was 75 out. What could this be from? is it bad? this is my first pregnancy so i'm a little worried, please help thanks.
im 35, nearly 36 weeks and this is my first too... im constantly hot,but get told its because ive got a little hot water bottle inside me, so its normal im exhausted too. Ive been sleeping for 12 hours, on and off as i wake alot during the night. Its nothing to worry about. Your making a baby your bound to be tired xx
I"m almost 37 weeks too! and have noticed when I get home from work and lie on the sofa I pass out immediately for at least 2-3 hours. I'm not really getting hot flashes but i've noticed my face feeling hotter and I have been getting really red cheeks!
Im nearly 29 weeks and already get hot flashes which I put down to the increased blood volume in my body...Ive also felt more sick in the past week, breathless and very fatigued....almost restless feeling
Well,I'm 35 weeks and I've been getting hot flashes also.I'm also very tired,I could sleep for hours if I wanted too..Sometimes I wake up during the night and am wet from sweating. lol. I think it's all normal hun!xx
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