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Hello all! I tell you, my second trimester was a dream! I could take on the world, climb the highest mountain, swing from the rafters, etc. And then suddenly--boom!--full-on pregnancy hit me like a ton of bricks. Really, it's been creeping in during the past week or so. I'm starting to feel tired all the time, just like the first trimester. But the fatigue has brought a new friend along: back pain. Plus, achiness in my legs and shoulders. I tell you...I shouldn't have taken the second trimester for granted.

I exercise and stretch regularly, but I swear, the only activity that truly relieves my discomfort is prenatal yoga. Otherwise, I am definitely getting to the point where I can understand why some women say, "I just want my body back!" and "I'm getting kind of bored with pregnancy." Now, I don't want the little guy to debut before he's ready--by all means, body, ache away for the sake of my baby. But, my god, I am so uncomfortable.

Anyone else starting to feel this way?
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*raises hand*

Yes I can second that. My faitgue now seems worse than first tri... I can't seem to do anything at all by time I get home and I have to fight all day to stay awake and focused at work...

Plus my hormones have decided to attack my skin and I have a lovely rash covering my legs and arms... my dermatologist has gotten it more tolerable, but he says it won't go away til after I have the baby.

I don't want DD to come before she is ready, certainly not before 37 weeks at least. But boy getting my body back will be awesome. lol

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I am definitely getting to the point where I can understand why some women say, "I just want my body back!"
I miss having range of motion, being able to go for more than 15 minutes without a trip to the bathroom, full "elminiation" in one shot (none of this having to pee as soon as I stand up to pull up my pants), eating food without worrying about it creeping back up later in the form of reflux and heartburn, having a normal sex life, being able to get out of bed without pain, being emotionally normal, being able to enjoy sleep...

I am there!

Hang in there... we are almost there!
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I've just started waddling, mostly because of my sciatica, but its so annoying. DH keeps giggling at me when I get out of a chair or sit down or move in a random way that's awkward. Thankfully I have more energy, but the first and second trimester sucked, so maybe its evening out for me?

I'm ready to just give birth and be done with it, because I'm slightly nervous. Mostly because its unknown what'll happen and I have a slightly irrational fear of the unknown, but am working on it. Especially cuz I know DH will be exactly what I need during labor and that everything will go smoothly.

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I'm not a huge fan of pregnancy to begin wtih. So, yeah, I'm definitely ready to be done already- for my sake, anyhow. (It is of course not for my sake, so... 12 weeks to go!)
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Ugh, me too! I can't wait to be done, and I've been that way for several weeks now! My back hurts, and the only thing that helps is taking a hot bath to relax.

I can't wait to get my body back - but I find myself worried that it will never go back to the way it was. I was always so comfortable in my own skin before I got pregnant, and now I just feel fat and ugly and awkward. My boyfriend loves my pregnant body, which is good, but I have no sex drive (I mean none - just thinking about sex or a penis makes me want to vomit) so I can't wait for that to come back, I used to want sex all the time!! My boyfriend is also sure that my body will go back to normal and I'll be able to fit my pre-pregnancy clothes again, but I'm not so sure. I was so tiny before this, and now I have a huge belly, and I'm afraid that labor and delivery will spread out my hips more and give me a big butt. I know, I sound so vain - I'm a tomboy so I feel like I shouldn't care so much but I really liked the way I used to look!!

Ok, I'm done venting now.
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I'm afraid that labor and delivery will spread out my hips more and give me a big butt.
I am actually ok with the spreading of the hips... I was built like a pole before I had my first and then got a little bit of hip... then with my second was almost where I wanted to be... now I hope I can get a feminine curve going. I am afraid of thats going to happen to my boobs. Pre kids I was a full B almost a C. By the time I was done nursing my second, I was a nearly A. After this one I am going to have to find an inverted bra... : I like having small boobs because they dont get in the way and its easy to make T shirts fit but anything other than tees look funny.

LADIES... DO NOT PUT OFF THE CHIROPRACTOR ANY LONGER!!
I promise you it will help so much. I put it off for so long and finally when I couldnt lift my leg to put my pants on I went. Its super affordable and makes all the difference in the world.

I want to be able to shave my legs or remove my gnarly toenail polish without having to hold my breath.

I would LLLOVE to be able to walk through a shop without knocking things over with my belly, ass, or purse (because it sticks out farther than it normally would now that I am not skinny anymore) it would be nice to stop tripping over things!

I have 94 days left. I know a lot of you have even less time than I. We are almost there!
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I've just started waddling, mostly because of my sciatica, but its so annoying.
Me too

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me three. well I start out like frankenstein every time I get up from a chair and it eventually becomes a waddle.

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I never lost my first trimester exhaustion. The MW gave me a B12 inejection a few weeks ago that helped a lot but I never did have a breezy second trimester. Now I'm having terrible problems with my right hip joint. The pain was coming and going but lately it's coming more and going less. There are times when I'll get up from laying down or sitting and I seriously cannot walk because the pain is so bad. That's not a fun thing when you're bladder is about to burst! I almost made DH carry me to the bathroom the other day before I wet my pants! I'm all weirded out about getting my old body back too. I want to enjoy being pg, I really do but I'm tired of feeling fat, ugly, and in pain. These next two months are going to be looooong. At least the holidays are there to break things up.
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I woudl really like to be able to get up out of bed without groaning and having to turn over.

And sleep. Sleep would be good. And while I'm wishing, for my DD to not be quite so destructive since she's been driving me nuts today... :
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I'm right there with you, on top of it all I've had allergy problems the past 3 weeks and have felt like crap. My biggest complaint is my pubic bone and pelvis pain, I can barely lift my right leg. Yoga helps a bit I've noticed, but even that class, that I LOVE has become a bit painful. I'm wore out, starting to get occasional swelling, which I had from about wk 18 with DD, so I'm glad it held off till now, but its not fair, DD started sleeping through the night about the 2nd trimester, and now i cant sleep

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...and I'm afraid that labor and delivery will spread out my hips more and give me a big butt.
Oh great--no one told me about that!
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I want to be able to shave my legs or remove my gnarly toenail polish without having to hold my breath.

I would LLLOVE to be able to walk through a shop without knocking things over with my belly, ass, or purse (because it sticks out farther than it normally would now that I am not skinny anymore) it would be nice to stop tripping over things!

I have 94 days left. I know a lot of you have even less time than I. We are almost there!
I realized last night was the last time I'll be able to shave my own legs, without drowning myself in the tub trying to accomplish this feat.

Now I have to prep DH to start helping again. Thank god I can still put on my own socks and shoes at this point

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I realized last night was the last time I'll be able to shave my own legs, without drowning myself in the tub trying to accomplish this feat.

Now I have to prep DH to start helping again. Thank god I can still put on my own socks and shoes at this point
I stopped trying to shave my legs!! They are so horrible I can't bear to even look at them - even though the only time I can see them is when I sit to go to the bathroom (sorry, TMI) or when I take a bath. It's miserable. I'll have to ask my boyfriend to help - but how does it work to have someone else shave your legs?? Our shower is pretty small and both of us don't fit, but we do have a bathtub so I guess that might work??
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Shaving cream?

I can still shave my legs, it's a little awkward, but I'm alright.. clipping my toenails is a whole different story and DH did it for me a little bit ago... I think I need to ask him to do it again. lol

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I am ready to be off this emotional rollercoaster. My son had to buckle my heels for me on Sunday. Usually I shave sitting down, but now I have to stand and put my leg on the side of the tub so that I can reach. I also prefer to trim my bush occasionally. But forget that. The last time I tried I kept cutting myself.

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I also prefer to trim my bush occasionally. But forget that. The last time I tried I kept cutting myself.
Ditto... DH is a trooper... if you know what I mean! Poor guy needs a machete to navigate. LOL

DH offered to help shave my legs... I had to respectfully decline on the basis of ... well, he is used to shaving his face which is like being a lumberjack really. He has a tough beard. I am afraid I would pull back a bloody nub. DD has been offering to do my toenails for a while.. I finally took her up on it. She actually did a great job. I was pleased to see that she actually learned from watching me.
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I am going in to have my legs waxed after Christmas this time. The last 2 times I just let it go, because who cares? Yeah, well I cared AFTER the birth when I never had a minute to do it. I may even have my bikini line done, that way if I should require surgery again, I won't need them to shave me again. That was worse than the staples. I swear, 2 years later I still have ingrown hairs along my scar.

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I was so tiny before this, and now I have a huge belly, and I'm afraid that labor and delivery will spread out my hips more and give me a big butt.
This has not been my experience. My hips didn't get wider in labor, they actually went back in after DD was born, though ever so slowly.

A chiropractic adjustment helps this too.

Though I don't think things go back to exactly the way they used to be.
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This is a very timely thread! I just said to my DH today that the "picture of glowing health" from the 2nd trimester is definitely gone. My belly feels so hard to me all the time, between the feet in my ribs, the butt pushing out my side and the BH contractions, I feel like I'm always trying to maneuver around a block of cement that starts right under my boobs.

Also still fighting N/V, daily heartburn, reflux, lack of appetite, etc. I am SO done with being pregnant!

Only 10 weeks left, and I wouldn't mind if it was only 7!

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Well, I saw my chiro. 2 days ago, after a 2 week break due to illness in my house. She thought I looked, "like crap". It's great when your doc is your friend and doesn't spare you the truth. I seem to have lost weight, which is making my belly look even bigger by comparison, so I am now getting a ton of those, "Wow! You are really pregnant!" comments. Umm, yeah, I know. Thanks for telling me. My appetite still hasn't returned, but the heart burn is gone, and physically I am doing better since my adjustment. now if I could only get to sleep before 1am, I would be made in the shade.

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I also prefer to trim my bush occasionally. But forget that. The last time I tried I kept cutting myself.
lol... ditto to this. I use a little hand held trimmer, but it is getting difficult... I have never done such a crappy care job down there.

DH may get another fun task soon. lol

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lol... ditto to this. I use a little hand held trimmer, but it is getting difficult... I have never done such a crappy care job down there.

DH may get another fun task soon. lol
I have a lil hand held mirror just for this purpose. I can't see past my belly anymore.
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See, I've lucked out since I've always taken care of down there by feel, not sight....so I can still tend to the garden just fine. If I can't reach down there, then I'll have a problem...

Although I heard recommendations to use the cream stuff like Veet and whatnot for after birth to keep it cleaner, since all that fun stuff coming out of the vajayjay can get into the hairs.

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I like Veet most out of the creams...

But I can't imagine wanting that anywhere near down there if there was tearing of anything... that would likely BURN! Ouchies!


But that is a good reminder that I like that stuff. lol Should use that to spruce up the weekend before the EDD or something...

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I like Veet most out of the creams...

But I can't imagine wanting that anywhere near down there if there was tearing of anything... that would likely BURN! Ouchies!


But that is a good reminder that I like that stuff. lol Should use that to spruce up the weekend before the EDD or something...
*sigh* another thing to add to "things to do before baby is born" list. Except that list is posted on our fridge, and this is a task I don't need the whole world knowing...

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*sigh* another thing to add to "things to do before baby is born" list. Except that list is posted on our fridge, and this is a task I don't need the whole world knowing...
Hehehe! You could always list it on there as some one else just mentioned... "tend to the garden" :P
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I like Veet most out of the creams...
I started Veet-ing my legs at the beginning of my PG... now the hair grows back so fine its barely noticable. DH has not noticed that I havent done it in like a month. LOL (and I know hes not just being nice)

But the garden is pissing me off. I tried to do it by feel like I used to but I cant reach!! I can but not enough for prescision.
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Re: Shaving - I finally shaved my legs the other day after about two months of slacking off. I'm not huge by any means, but my torso just isn't very bendy anymore - stuff gets stuck up under my ribs and I can't breathe! It was definitely a challenge and I warned DH that he may have to do it next time. As for the upholstery... it was a little out of control as well, so I used DH's beard trimmer to clean it up. I was going to take a razor to it at the same time as I did the legs, but realized I couldn't contort myself so I could really see what I was doing, and I'm not that brave. Plus I had visions of adding the discomfort of ingrown hairs to my list of complaints and figured nah... screw it. DH said the trim was good enough, anyway. Whew!

As for various and sundry other complaints - my posture has completely changed. I'm normally a big sloucher, but not anymore - like I said, my torso isn't bendy at all. I feel like there is absolutely nowhere to go but OUT at this point - all the space from ribs to pelvis is very much occupied. I have had a few episodes of difficulty breathing, and I generally wake up at least once per night having to majorly adjust the way I'm sleeping because it's putting too much pressure somewhere.

I just had to clean lipstick up off the carpet courtesy of my Labrador retriever... About ten minutes of cleaning was enough to put me down for the count. I don't know what the deal is today but I have NO energy, feel like I can barely breathe, and feel like my abdomen weighs 100lbs. *thud* I'm back in bed and don't really intend to attempt round 2.
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