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Hi there,<br><br>
I am Sarah, I have one dd who is currently 3 yrs old and I am expecting twins in early June. I have been super nauseated, throwing up multiple times a day, so I suspected, but then talked myself out of it so we were very surprised.<br><br>
Been reading as much as I can - this board look so great. I am worried about how I can be as hands on as with my dd.... been reading up lots of old threads for tips and so on.<br><br>
My first question (I'm sure I'll be back with many more): I have been feeling really really tired on top of the vomiting. Even days where I'm not actually being sick I feel completely wiped out. Does this tiredness go away for a bit or is this what's it's like all the way through? I've been looking for answers to this, but sites just seem to say 'more tiredness than singleton pgs' rather tahn saying what's normal for twin pgs.<br><br>
Of course, I didn't have preschooler last time around so that's going to make me more tired, but I am just exhausted. Hoping that I"ll get a 2nd trimester blooming time before last trimester SPD and so on kick in.<br><br>
Look forward to getting to know you all more.
 

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Welcome and congrats!<br>
So, pregnancy is different for everyone, right? But I, too, was super scared that I was never going to shake the 1st trimester extreme fatigue. I actually reduced my work hours to 30/week for a month because I could hardly get through the day. I started feeling less fatigued around 13 weeks, and since then I almost have my pre-preg energy level back. I'm at 19 weeks now. Hope that gives you some comfort!
 
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