Anyone feel less preg then thy are lol

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by jewbag86, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. jewbag86

    jewbag86 Well-Known Member

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    Ok i keep thing i am only 19-20 weeks can't comprehend being nearly 25 weeks lol had my last baby at 36 weeks and midwives recon this one will he early 2 so could have only 11 weeks OMG
     
  2. Mama627

    Mama627 Mom & Preggo w/ #2

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    Haha, yes, I feel the same way! Sometimes I forget that I'm pregnant at all and I find myself carrying something like laundry up the stairs with my toddler in the basket too before I remember that I shouldn't be lifting that much at a time.
     
  3. hayley x

    hayley x 1AngelSon,1EarthDaughter

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    Me too, by the time I get used to being pregnant my little boy will be born :haha: Although I am doing my countdown to 38 weeks :lol: x
     
  4. Cashewnut

    Cashewnut Mum to Abigail

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    I feel like im still only a few weeks along tbh, I dont feel like im 15 weeks, and do not look it either, once I get a bump, it might feel a bit more real :)
     
  5. sun

    sun Mum of 3

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    1st tri flew by for me since I have been working and running around after LO - so much faster than when I was pregnant with my first!!
    And now that the m/s and fatigue is basically gone, I don't feel pregnant at all! I actually keep forgetting completely! xx
     
  6. MrsMalowey

    MrsMalowey Mummy to Sophie

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    I keep forgetting too! I dont have a massive bump most of the time, and don't feel very regular movements as i have a front anterior placenta. Would like to feel more pregnant!!
     
  7. keeks1987

    keeks1987 Due baby2 in April

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    I know what you mean.

    I just keep forgetting sometimes
     
  8. yep i know wat u mean
     
  9. Frecks

    Frecks Well-Known Member

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    Yep I said to oh yesterday I don't even feel pregnant, I just feel fatter and have q nervous twitch in my tummy lol x
     
  10. Clover Jane

    Clover Jane Guest

    I still feel like I'm in the 1st trimester.
    I have to remind myself constantly that I'm in the second now.
    I've been so sick, tired, and nauseated, the first trimester pretty much went by in a blur of sickness and discomfort... I've been sleeping about 12 hours a night and working 10 hours a day, so that's probably why time is going so fast. I'm sleeping almost every minute I'm not at work, except on weekends.

    I am hoping so much that I start to feel better now... today I tried to go without my Zofran (nausea pill) but i ended up having to take it. Beginning to wonder if my need for it isn't more psychological than physical. The Zofran makes me a wee bit tired, i think. But my nausea was so horrible before i got on Zofran, that I'm literally afraid to go without it. I'm afraid to feel that way again, even for five minutes! I literally wanted to die, I was so sick.

    Sorry for rambling.
    But, yeah, i don't feel as far along as i am.
    I can't wait until i start to show, feel movement, lose my nausea, get some energy back... in other words, feel like I'm in my 2nd tri!
     
  11. AmberS

    AmberS Well-Known Member

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    I'm 19 weeks and the only thing that reminds me that im pregnant is the hubby and family!
     

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