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    MelBrody posted:
    Seems like I feel so much worse in th evening. I know people traditionally have worse symptoms in the morning but mine is opposite. It seems like the minute I get home I am so tired, quesy and even my boobs hurt worse. My dinner never even tastes good anymore..... Anyone else in the same boat?
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    teacherbeck responded:
    With both of my pregnancies, I ALWAYS felt so much worse at night!
    I agree, by dinnertime nothing sounded good and by bedtime I just wanted to lay very still and go to sleep (so I nixed DHs late night peanut butter habit lol )
    Becky (30) DH (37) One brand-new LO, Juliet Christine came Dec 10th (EDD was 12/27), and she is PERFECT!
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