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post #21 of 29
I got 8 houes of sleep last night (which is a lot for me). And already I have had two naps and some caffeine. There was no way I would have survived yesterday without. Atwo hour nap. I don't know how I am going to survive working full time. I would take ms over this sort of fatigue
post #22 of 29

I go in spurts.  Yesterday I took 6 kids on a 5 mile hike and felt awesome.  But next week my big kids will be gone out of town all week and I think I'm going to indulge and hang out in bed, eating food, and watching TV.  Hey, don't judge!  LOL

post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by venusthrow View Post

I got 8 houes of sleep last night (which is a lot for me). And already I have had two naps and some caffeine. There was no way I would have survived yesterday without. Atwo hour nap. I don't know how I am going to survive working full time. I would take ms over this sort of fatigue


How about being grateful you don't have morning sickness and fatigue!  Sorry but many of us have both, appreciate that you are only just tired!  :)

post #24 of 29

Many people have multiple things not going well for them which, in my opinion, doesn't prohibit any of us from voicing our "lesser" complaints. When in doubt I like to practice empathy and compassion.

 

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post #25 of 29

According to the many ad banners on my page today, if you take your Floradix you will be less fatigued!

post #26 of 29
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Originally Posted by kawa kamuri View Post

Many people have multiple things not going well for them which, in my opinion, doesn't prohibit any of us from voicing our "lesser" complaints. When in doubt I like to practice empathy and compassion.

 

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Totally right SORRY! guys I was grumpy up at 3 am with morning sickness and read this thread!  Apologies for being a grump!

post #27 of 29
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Originally Posted by AnahataChakra View Post


Totally right SORRY! guys I was grumpy up at 3 am with morning sickness and read this thread!  Apologies for being a grump!

 

 

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post #28 of 29

Last pregnancy I had HG and when I would hear women complain about "normal" ms and fatigue it brought up a lot of feelings for me, so I totally understand where you were coming from Anahata!  But like Kawa said, everybody is going through something and to them that is just as real.  Hope you start feeling better soon, Anahata!  hug2.gif

post #29 of 29

I understand it is difficult for everyone and we are all going through a lot. I have had ms  and I have had ms with vomiting and I have had fatigue issues. What I meant is that I have had ms where you puke and it is gross and not fun but you are done with it and maybe have an upset stomach but the worst is done with. Lately I have had ms where I am sick all day long like I am seasick and I cannot get anything done.

 

With the fatigue in this pregnancy I was talking about literally falling asleep while holding my toddler or even while driving. it was quite scary. As I said I have had ms and I have ms now (the all day kind) and I would rather feel sick all day and not worry about falling asleep while doing something important. That being said I don't take offense and I understand that we are incredibly hormonal.

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