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#1 of 2 Old 09-21-2012, 05:17 AM - Thread Starter
 
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DS has been sick for a week with an upper respiratory infection and just got put on antibiotics today. He's couging all over the place and is making me slightly nervous about the possibility of catching anything from him. I will be 13 weeks tomorrow. I've had that hot and flushed feeling all through my first trimester, and my hands continue to feel warm to this day. When is the "hotness" supposed to reduce? I'm suppose I'm technically in the second trimester now, and have a regular little bump. I don't feel sick or anything, just hot.

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For me, after the hormones settle down a bit at the start, I'm hot the entire pregnancy. Most women are as your body temperature tends to go up a bit while pregnant.

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