I was really tired yesterday after I went shopping with my sister (which was all day) and then sitting in traffic in the car.
i was home, put my feet up, ate dinner, etc. I tried to go to bed around 10:30. i could not get comfortable, kept flipping around and etc. then i started having to pee every 5 minutes. also got a shooting pain in my left pelvis.....
i think the baby must have been in a weird position because i was terribly uncomfortable, i kept having to get up and move around, change positions, go pee, etc. until finally I got in the tub at 1 a.m. and then i was able to sleep after that.
I also got an email from my due date tracker this week that talked about restless leg syndrome in 3rd tri. has anyone ever had a night like this or knows my pain? it was horrible to be so tired and yet not go to sleep
I'm like this mostly every night now it's resulted in me sleeping a lot during the day as I find the only time I can sleep is when I am dropping off naturally in the armchair. It sucks, if I sleep on my left, within 20 mins gotta turn over because hip pain wakes me up then when I sleep on my right, the heartburn starts and I need a wee wee.
Just cant wait to give birth! rather have sleepless nights looking after a baby than all this
when I try to lay on my left side i feel like I'm suffocating....i think i will definitely have to take a nap during the day. i'm tired and cranky. LOL. I'd definitely prefer being up with baby than just being UP for no reason.....
Yep, awake half the night here too. And I had scrubbled down our main bathroom before bed so was stiff and could have used the full 7/8 hours. Absolutely shattered today, counting down til bedtime again!!
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