I have 2 adopted children, but this is my first pregnancy. I'm 11 weeks along, and SO tired.
Upside: Answers to user generated question on fatigue during first trimester
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Most women are more tired than usual during pregnancy, especially during early and late pregnancy. At these times, your body is producing new hormones and making a lot of changes to prepare for the ...
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Is it common to be exhausted when you're pregnant? How long will this feeling last? What can I do to cope?
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I just found out that I'm pregnant with my second baby and I am exhausted! I work outside the home and I can barely drag myself out the door in the morning. When I get home all I want to do is crawl ...
Upside: Q&A with detailed information on handling fatigue during early pregnancy
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Today I am extremely tired and out of breath. Every one told me that late pregnancy would be uncomfortable, but this is a bit much for my body.
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risk of premature membrane rupture
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What many women remember most about the early stages of pregnancy is that constant feeling of being tired and having zero energy for anything.
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Along with morning (read: all-day) sickness, most pregnant women experience fatigue in early pregnancy which may be extreme.
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According to Behrenz and Monga (1999), pregnant women experienced significantly greater fatigue than did a similar group of nonpregnant women.
Upside: Medical study on fatigue, nausea and vomiting
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