Why am I always cold??

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  1. shellandlee

    shellandlee Well-Known Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I know this is weird but I am always cold, I can never seem to get warm :( then if I finally do get warm I get too warm, Is anyone else having this problem? X Xx
     
  2. nfo1976

    nfo1976 mum of 9 and 4 angels

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    yep me too,no idea why though.Had this with most of my pregnancies,so dont think its anything to worry about.
     
  3. scots_mum

    scots_mum Expecting no2

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    yes! im having to wear a big jumper and a big thick robe in the house all day, dh thinks im mad then at night im roasting and want the window open while he freezes lol
     
  4. xxchelseaxx

    xxchelseaxx Well-Known Member

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    I'm the same, too hot or too cold lol!
    Just another wonderful pregnancy symptom. :thumbup:
     
  5. prettykitty

    prettykitty loving been a new mum!

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    Im always FREEZING too!!! hubby sits in shorts and I have about 5 layers on and a blanket!!! lol

    I really feel the cold too xxxx
     
  6. hope4bump

    hope4bump Well-Known Member

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    Same here. I turn the heating up to the point where dh gets red in the face from the heat, while I wear layers of clothes, although my temps doesn't reflect me being cold. Lol, glad I am not the only one :)
     
  7. Candace Jon

    Candace Jon SO EXCITED!!!

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    My hubby is watching TV in shorts and a t-shirt and i am laying here in a sweatshirt sweat pants and 2 blankets!
     
  8. JosieM

    JosieM Mummy to a boy and a girl

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    I'm exactly the same... wait until summer though, you'll be so hot and bothered, sorry!
     
  9. satine51

    satine51 Well-Known Member

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    I am pleased I am not the only one! I read somewhere that pregnant women are supposed to be feeling hot all the time. I am cold during the day and too hot at night! :wacko:
     
  10. itchycoo

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    You girls need more iron, green veg and red meat! i asked my midwife about it last week... also check your blood pressure mines quite low which makes me weak and cold, really not nice I'm hoping this passes soon x x
     
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    I am freezing all the time too. Early on, I was so hot it would wake me up in the middle of the night and I'd have to shed layers. Now I'm just always cold.
     
  12. Newmommy2011

    Newmommy2011 Well-Known Member

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    Oh my gosh yes!! But I can't have anything on my arms when I'm trying to sleep which never bothered me before?? Lol my cousin told me she's hot all the time, so I thought o was crazy with being cold all the time!! Lol glad to know I'm not alone!!!! :)
     
  13. jcg0506

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    me too--although I've always been pretty cold natured, I think its gotten worse. However I'm really not looking forward to being pregnant this summer in Texas.
     

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