It's like no one understands

Discussion in 'Teen Pregnancy' started by trinaestella, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. trinaestella

    trinaestella Aliyah's mummy! <3

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    Hey girls, it's nothing much really but people don't seem to actually get it that I am pregnant.:wacko:

    My friends are always asking me to go out and drink with them, or to go on a week holiday to Amsterdam to smoke weed:nope:

    Kinda makes me upset because, I am so happy that I am pregnant but it's like I have to wait a year for me to be able to do these things and I feel like I just want people to notice that I am pregnant and not this outgoing girl I used to be.

    I'm only in my first trimester and I have been tired all the time so I haven't really gone out, except from up the road and back. Today I was supposed to meet my bestfriend(future Godmother) and I walked out the door, and all of a sudden I just felt like nauseated and I needed to go home and sleep.:growlmad: So I messaged her and told her that I couldn't make it because I felt weak, and tired.

    Then she just got mad at me :shrug:, of course she's calmed down now but people need to realise that I am pregnant and I can't do the things I used to because of my tiredness and I have no energy to be sociallizing with people. Maybe when I get a bump they will begin to notice more:nope::shrug:

    That's all I wanted to say really :(
     
  2. xSarahM

    xSarahM Two Beautiful Angels

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    Treacle, trust me. You'd feel a lot worse if they didnt invite you :flower:
     
  3. trinaestella

    trinaestella Aliyah's mummy! <3

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    I know, I think i'd be a bit jealous :\
     
  4. mummymarsh

    mummymarsh NTNP with earth baby #2

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    yes you would feel worse.. and pregnancy isnt an illness... according to your ticker your only 5 weeks so thats barely a missed period... and if your exhausted already, theen you will be in for a shock....

    being pregnant doesnt mean you cant do the things you used to do... ok so you cant drink and smoke weed- but it shouldnt stop you socialising with your friends, even if it means crashing at a mates and scoffing chocolate and dvds......

    x
     
  5. xSarahM

    xSarahM Two Beautiful Angels

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    Could agree more with Mummymarsh!
     
  6. Bexxx

    Bexxx Momface.

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    Have you thought about seeing a dr about how exhausted you are? Doesn't sound great :nope:

    I still do everything I used to, minus the drinking obviously, but you should still be able to go out with your friends :hugs:
    I didn't find out I was pregnant until a bit later than you, but in that time I had gone on holiday with my friends, loads of gigs getting squashed at the front and quite a few parties :blush:
     
  7. trinaestella

    trinaestella Aliyah's mummy! <3

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    hmm maybe i should see a doctor, i'm just always tired i thought it was normal:(
     
  8. LovingMommy10

    LovingMommy10 Ry's Mommy<3

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    Thats how I am to, I can barely run into the store to get groceries, and its frusterating exsp. cause i dont have the food I want at the house! Im always tired, and when Im up to long I feel faint and sick. my doc just says stay hidrated, eat and if you cant do things dont.. Take it slow and get all the rest you need, you'll have good days and bad days. Hope things look up for you! If they dont understand, we do so you can always talk to us!
     
  9. kittycat18

    kittycat18 Well-Known Member

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    Wait until your 35 weeks and have a babys head so far down that it feels as if they are lying tight on your vagina :haha:
     
  10. trinaestella

    trinaestella Aliyah's mummy! <3

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    LOOL i can't even begin to imagine :haha:
     
  11. trinaestella

    trinaestella Aliyah's mummy! <3

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    Aww thanks babe, and I know same here I don't have the food I want in my house neither so I am always tired because I don't get the energy that I need.
     
  12. kittycat18

    kittycat18 Well-Known Member

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    My baby is huge. 5lbs of sheer glory pushing down on my pelvis (but feels like my vagina)!!!! :haha:
     
  13. Chrissy7411

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    WSS :haha: I went out to get a bunch of things for my baby shower and it felt like LO was going to just fall out of me he was so low, and I even get pressure in my butt! Doesn't feel good at all. I officially waddle!!!! :haha:
     
  14. kittycat18

    kittycat18 Well-Known Member

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    :haha: I know how you feel! I was waddling from the Hospital today to my car... it wasn't pleasant at all :haha: xx
     
  15. Chrissy7411

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    :haha: the only way I can sit comfortably is with my legs opened :rofl:
     
  16. kittycat18

    kittycat18 Well-Known Member

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    Same :haha: I even drive with my legs completely spread and then I start to get pains across my bump or in my pelvis and I try to keep a really concentrated driving face! I fail.
     
  17. xSarahM

    xSarahM Two Beautiful Angels

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    Greatttt! ^^ all that to look foward to :dohh:
     

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