Energy burst stage?

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  1. Bagpuss17

    Bagpuss17 Well-Known Member

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    I'm hoping I've entered the so called energy burst stage that I've heard so many women talk about.

    On thursday at 12 weeks + 2, my nausea stopped as if by magic! I've had three late nights on the trot as well....

    It feels great to feel a bit more like my oldself again for a while.
     
  2. sasswa

    sasswa Well-Known Member

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    Bagpuss - you're so lucky. I wish, I wish, I wish. I still feel like an 80 year old woman.

    Sass
     
  3. Bagpuss17

    Bagpuss17 Well-Known Member

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    Ahh, poor you.

    I'm still having to have my ginger biscuits to help me along but I can't believe in the transformation.

    It will happen to you anyday now, I'm sure.
     
  4. Roxxie

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    I cant wait, I am so tired of ginger biccies and soup and bland food in general.

    I would love to just be able to devour a nice plate of fish and chips again!! :D
     
  5. sasswa

    sasswa Well-Known Member

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    To be honest, my nausea has died down ALOT but geez, I'm still knackered.

    And Roxxie, I just ate anything and everything. I got over Ginger Biscuits after only a few days.

    I wish I was one of these women that could just get up and not have sore hips either.....I feel like I need a walking frame first thing in the morning!

    Sass
     
  6. hayley

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    i thought i'd got that energy surge - tuesday nite i forced myself to go to bed at 10.45pm.... that is sooo late for me.. I'm up at 6am every morning! but then wed nite!!! i was struggling to keep the eye lids open by 8.30pm....

    10 weeks tomorrow - can't be much longer before i start getting some energy back! the sickness has gone completely.... sore boobs!!!! they're getting no better...

    x
     
  7. jennyr1985

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    Hello!Thought I would reply to this post!

    Well, I was told the 2nd trimester would magically make me feel more like my old self, but I infact got moodier, more tired and stressed out!And now im in the 3rd trimester im more knackered (but alot more happier).

    I think each pregnancy is different, and you should listen to your body. I made the mistake of thinking I was my old unpregnant self and pushed myself too hard the past few months, resulting in totally stressing out!Now Im at home and bored, but I know the rest is what me and the baby needs. Only do what your body allows you to.

    xx
     
  8. rach

    rach Well-Known Member

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    what energy burst lol ive not had this yet im tired all the time i had my blood test results back and my iron levels were 13.6 which they said was fine and i didnt need tablets unless it dropped below 10.1 so its not that im now putting it down to age i felt fine on my son not tired at all but i was only 20 than im 32 now so maybe its an age thing for me :( xxxxxxx
     
  9. Bagpuss17

    Bagpuss17 Well-Known Member

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    Is it just me then? I'm still feeling great. Obviously still tired but not as much as I was.

    I'm defo able to do more than I was doing a week ago but I'm being sensible and going with what my body says. I'm not going to over exert myself in any way.

    Though I think I'm ready to pick up my yoga classes again.
     

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