Well I wanted to get pregnant so bad,now here I am 10 weeks and not sure If i can go another day, I feel so [removed] all the time, I have a 2 year old that I basically can't take care of any more I am so sick of this, all the time dizzy all the time feeling like I wanna puke!!!!There has got to be something out there to make it go away!!!!!!!!! Besides delivery day LOL, When i look ahead and see six more months I just wanna die, I hope Im not the only one that feels this way!!!!! If so I will just go check my self into a clinic right now for depression( wow)
Any way I guess venting is the safest way to relieive some of this stress!!!!!
I hope every body is just like me LOL, (just kidding)
Take care, _ Tamara
Last edited by Moderator BAC; 05-12-2005 at 06:17 AM.
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Nobody likes feeling unwell, yeah i didnt feel really bad through my first trimester but i have a stomach disorder that i have had for 2 years! and i feel like rubbish 70% of the time and it wont go away as its permanent!! whereas this isnt permanent for you and when you get into the second trimester u will more than likely feel better.
So just relax and remember there are women out there who would die to be pregnant and cant so you are lucky.
You have a baby already so u know its worth it dont u and it wont last
Last edited by tallgirl1982; 05-12-2005 at 08:09 AM.
I can totally relate to how you're feeling. At nearly 22 weeks pregnant I'm still puking everyday and dealing with horrid nausea. Today I've been huddled on the couch with a blinding headache, dizziness and vomiting. I was told I have Hyperemesis Gravidarum which is debilitating vomiting, nausea and dehydration. This is our first baby and we're so excited but I never thought for a moment that pregnancy would be this difficult. DH has become my caretaker (going to work everyday, cooking , cleaning, ect.) and he's always cheerful but I still feel so guilty!
I've told you all of this because I just want you to know that you're not alone. I rant about this sickness all the time on the Sept. Mommies thread. They're probably tired of hearing about it. *lol*
Always feel free to rant and vent here. It definately relieves some stress and frustration. I hope you get to feeling better very soon.
I know this is hard. In fact, sometimes it really stinks. Whoever said that pregnancy is a "glowing" time must have either been a liar or have been referring to the beads of sweat across our brows as we come up for air after throwing up!
I actually remember your first posts on this web site when you first found out you are preggers. You were pretty psyched. This is still the same little baby that caused you to feel so good. Only now, you feel like crap. You are not alone. There are so many ups and downs. Be kind to yourself. Set little goals each day. Who cares if the laundry is not finished? Hey, if everyone has all the important parts of their bodies covered up so as not to get arrested, then you are doing just fine!
Tamara, I would love to say that being pg is the best thing. But after morning sickness ends there is always something that will take its place. I am not trying to depress you more. But I had not planned on this pregnancy and I never had no desire in my life to be pg. When I just found out I was pg I was all down and out. Then came morning sickness, followed by weight gain, bloody noses, no energy, being extremmly tired, HORMONES, bust went up 2 cup sizes, back pain, etc. I have hated every minute of this being pg stuff but in the end I love that little baby in me so much. I can't wait till he gets here. I have so much getting ready for him and I pray every day he comes out okay. I don't think I ever want to be pg again. But you know what I have a feeling when he gets here, I may be tempted into doing it all over again!!!
I am feeling well except that I never sleep more than 5 hours a night. I woke up at 3:30 today and was just awake for the day. What's funny is that I am in a pretty good mood. It will probably hit me this afternoon.
I am glad you are feeling better. Welcome to the roller coaster.