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khleo3patra posted:
I am 7 weeks and 5 days pregnant and I am currently in nursing school. I graduate in a few days (Dec 2012) getting my BSN. My problem is that with the side effects of being pregnant, I am not motivated to finish up the last few weeks of this quarter. I need some advice from the other experts out there what I can do to gain extra energy to push through this last quarter. My husband and I have agreed on trying the last quarter of my school and we did but I am now paying the price due to lack of energy and motivation to do class work. Please help!
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Khleo3patra and Welcome!

Congratulations on your pregnancy and graduation!

While waiting for others to respond I wanted to suggest you pop over to our 1st Trimester Community to get suggestions from other moms-to-be experiencing the same symptoms.

Best wishes for the last few weeks of school,
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
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