Feeling rough after a late ish night

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  1. baby2012lp

    baby2012lp Well-Known Member

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    Went to a party last night after feeling relatively ok yesterday, I spent most of the time sat down chatting to friends ( well trying to, the music was really loud) got up to dance to a couple of tunes (which I found extremely harder than before being pregnant) now this morning I feel nauseous, it seems that the more tired I am the worse the sickness is. I havnt thrown up yet during my pregnancy (4weeks 6 days) I also feel like I have a sore throat and get breathless, I am assuming this is normal. I want to do normal stuff but the late night has really taken it out of me. Plus I wanted to tell my friends I was pregnant but feel its too early??? Thanks for listening x
     
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    If you want to tell your friends, tell them! It's lovely telling people.
    I don't know how you managed a party, I'm in bed for 9pm lol
    Everything you have described about feeling ill when overtired is normal.
    I'd keep an eye on the shortness of breath though, could be a chest infection brewing?? xx
     
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    I think it might be a chest infection brewing but I am usually quite good at fighting stuff off, unless it's a late night, doing too much etc, going to take it easy today :)
     
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    Good idea, get your feet up :) xx
     
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    Aw get well soon hun! Sounds like its your body's way of telling you to have an early night tonight!

    I've been in bed for 9pm pretty much every night since I've been preg lol, because I'm so shattered! But last sat I had the girls round and didn't get to bed until 12.30am and I felt absolutely horrendous last sunday! That was the first time I threw up too. Since then I've been having much more early nights and haven't felt so bad since.

    As sad as it is, I think our partying days are gone for a few months haha! I feel like an old age pensioner most of the time! Xx
     
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    The breathless thing, I get that! Not sure I got it quite so early on but I find that even when I'm talking I need to stop for a breath.
    I've had it for a few weeks now, doc said its perfectly normal in pregnancy x

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  7. baby2012lp

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    It is a sad thought that anything after 9pm from this point forward is a late night and I will pay for it the next day! I did wake feeling really sick because of my late night (in bed for midnight) I purchased some Manuka honey this morning and made honey lemon and boiling water it was surprisingly delicious and I felt magic afterwards. I am not convinced I have a chest infection I really feel that I cannot do things as I did before being pregnant, I get really out of breath for example, when I took to the dance floor last night, when I was making Ikea furniture, I need to do less but I hate to be lazy, oh my days, I never knew what was involved in being pregnant!!! - phew
     
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    Tiredness is defo a tri1 thing as for the breathlessness ive only just started getting it as my bump is quite high up but i guess everyones different x
     

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