Fatigue

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  1. MrsS143

    MrsS143 Well-Known Member

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    This feel dog tired way is awful

    I wasn't even up and awake for 90 mins and felt like I've been up for days
    Literally falling asleep on my feet
    If I rested against a wall standing upright, I don't doubt that I'd have nodded off

    Its a struggle to keep my eyes open and concentrate
    Everything is an effort
    I need to miss work today because of it

    Is there anything that will relieve it?
    I get a good 8+ hours each night and im slipping a nap in most afternoons too!!
     
  2. C0606

    C0606 Well-Known Member

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    No idea what can relieve it but I'm in the exact same position. Extremely tired ALL the time. Are you waking up through the night much? x
     
  3. Geekachublog

    Geekachublog Well-Known Member

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    I'm the same, I'm 12 weeks today and it's getting worse rather than better. Just gotta roll with it, it's hard when I'm at work 9 hours a day.
     
  4. ellesbells

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    Mine comes and goes. Today luckily I have the day off as I ache all over from tiredness :( we just have to roll with it.
     
  5. Jen1232

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    I am the same, very tired and finding it difficult in work. Actually went to the loo the other week and fell asleep for 30 seconds in the cubicle.

    Roll on Tri 2 I undertand it should get better.
     
  6. Geekachublog

    Geekachublog Well-Known Member

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    I'm waiting out my scan next Weds, then I'll count myself as tri 2, no signs of my symptoms dying down just yet, but you never know. :) Hopefully the magical tri 2 will kick in soon and I'll be full of beans.
     
  7. MrsS143

    MrsS143 Well-Known Member

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    I'm only half way to tri 2
    if it keeps up ill need to tell work sooner
    Boooo
    Not waking up during the night atm
    If I am then its on auto pilot and I can't remember x
     
  8. Ella1979

    Ella1979 Well-Known Member

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    The tiredness is just awful. I could sleep the entire day... instead, I'm looking after my 14-month-old, which is bloody exhausting! I got angry at her this morning for playing up, which I never do, so feel even crappier now :sad: Will be so pleased when the nausea and tiredness stop (it was 16 weeks last time).
     
  9. mrssmith2011

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    I am pleased I am not the only one that feels like this. I'm on 6 weeks and apart from the tiredness and crying at the drop of a hat I have been fine. Hoping I am going to miss the sickness part.
     
  10. MrsS143

    MrsS143 Well-Known Member

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    Me too mrs smith
     
  11. MrsS143

    MrsS143 Well-Known Member

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    I cried watching Brotains got talent!!
     
  12. 24Rene

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    Good to hear this is normal. I was quite worried this weekend as I couldn't get out if bed and I'm still exhausted today. Been quite teary too, I cryed just at the mention on the cartoon Watership down yesterday!
    It's so weird to feel like you don't know your body or emotions. x
     
  13. Geekachublog

    Geekachublog Well-Known Member

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    I cried yesterday in Wetherspoons when my mum mentioned something from years ago (that I don't remember) and again last night when my husband told me he loves me! Haha hormones eh?
     

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