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Lack of sleep
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Mrs_Willie_Smith posted:
I need help I am having a hard time getting to sleep at night. I am just so uncomfortable in my own skin that I can not get a good nights sleep. I try 6 pillows all around me between my legs under my belly but it's not helping. It's so frustrating because I already go to the bathroom a lot at night but to never be comfortable . If anyone has any tips please let me know thank you. Oh I failed to mention I'm ONLY 11 weeks and 4 days but I'm really showing already.
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Mrscolston0731 responded:
I feel ur pain, Im at 18 weeks and sleeping or lack there of has been awful, started early for me as well. I am also stuffed in the bed with pillows everywhere. If you find something that works, please share.
 
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Mrs_Willie_Smith replied to Mrscolston0731's response:
Will do... Seems like I can't get a break now my head is killing me uuuggghhhh. Pray you find comfort soon this really sucks..
 
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Mrscolston0731 replied to Mrs_Willie_Smith's response:
I thought it was just me, Ive had the same headache every day, thought it was something im eating, maybe its a just a perk of hosting a lil person in your body..lol


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