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    i have been so sleepy. it doesn't matter how many hours of sleep i get, i still feel like i'm dragging my bum by 10 am. i'm on this rush project at work, so that doesn't help that my days are extremely busy. all i want to do when i come home is go to bed. i'm going to need to sleep as much as possible because i won't be getting much in 9 months. hahaha... my only other thing is a little queasiness. it's not so bad yet though.

    what "symptoms" do you girlies have so far?



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    I am the same way so tired. I had the day off today and took a two hour nap and it still didn't help. I do have nausea if I don't keep something in my tummy. My boobs are very sore today I mean really bad. I had headaches but they haven't come back in a couple days.
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    Yes the tiredness is a killer at the moment. I'm just lucky baby girl is sleeping through 7-7 or I don't know what I would do!!
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    Hiya,

    I was shattered up until about 15 weeks. Growing a baby and placenta is tough.

    Hopefully things get better but I appreciate a stressful job as well.

    Saz x

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    Nothing yet! Just sore boobs but that happens before af anyway. Though they are getting worse. No fatigue or anything else.....yet!
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    I too am tired. I yawn constantly. Slightly sore boobs, was worse about 2 weeks ago. I had morning sickness from 6-10 weeks with my prior babies, let's pray it passes by me this one.

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    I'm always tired LOL! I haven't noticed a big difference on that front. I get a little queasy from time to time, but nothing horrible so far. I had hyperemesis with the other 3 so I've got fingers & toes crossed... Other than that, the only change I've really noticed is I am horribly moody. I feel like I need to lock myself in a room for the next few weeks. ><

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    ive been getting sick at night and extremely tired. Morning sickness always hits me really hard so I am not too suprised. Oh and sore boobs!

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    I have been extremely tired. The queasiness is slowly but surely setting it. It is hit or miss right now but if it is anything like my other two kids it is only a matter of time before i feel like hell all day. Boobs are a little tender as well.
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    Before I took the test I was wondering why I just could not wake up. I believe my words were "I will pay you cash if you let me sleep in. Cold, hard cash." Makes sense now! But yes, sleepy sleepy sleepy.
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