It sounds weird but if you wake up and do some exercises it helps with the whole no energy thing. This is my secondpregnancy and I feel way more energetic this pregnancy and I believe IG is due to exercise.
So far my pregnancy has been good. My first trimester I had morning sickness. I hated that so much. I had to urinate alot. I craved different and weird types of food. My second trimester, my morning sickness went away. I didn't really have morning sickness. My second trimester was actually fine. I didn't really have any symptoms except for urinating alot. My third trimester was ok. Im in my third trimester right now.
Being in my third trimester with my second child I have come to realize my bladder isn't like it use to be lol note to self and everyone else. When you're squatting don't sneeze or you'll pee yourself lol :)....on that note does anyone else have this problem??
ve only been doing it 2 times a week and started mostly in my secondtrimester. Hope i can get back into it after pregnancy! How often do you guys exercise and what kind of exercises? I like to run or do weights.
I thought when you get into the secondtrimester, your energy begins to return and you feel better. I'm so tired lately it's just as bad as the first trimester. I'm 15 weeks and I am still getting naseous time to time. I am so exhausted. Does anyone feel like this?
I'm in my second trimester and I have been suffering from constant headaches for two weeks or more, I was wondering is this normal? Also is there anything I can do to relieve the pain beside constantly taking medications?
Not sure how the converting works, so I will be doing mine in grammes ect.
and I will be seeing the doc. on the 2nd of October again.
Will put another update down then.
So I have made it to the second trimester the so called "honeymoon stage". How far into the second trimester does it take to consider it the "Honeymoon" I am still running to the bathroom every 15 minutes. The neausae has actually gotten worse this last week. When I try to eat meat I want to puke. I'm on an antibiotic so that doesn't help with the neausea. My prenatals kill my stomach. I am always eating!
It is important to keep your heart rate lower, but you should be able to maintain the same activities (Lifting,running, etc.) into the secondtrimester. The key is to listen to your body and stop if you feel any pain. I ran until about 30 weeks and did sit ups through the first trimester and feel like that has been a large part of my complication free pregnancy (so far at least). I am 38Wks+2.
However this past Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday I felt queasy, light-headed, and threw-up one time each day. I was wondering if this is normal or if morning sickness can occur in your secondtrimester. I have also been experiencing headaches and neck discomfort, along with a head cold.
Finally rolled into my secondtrimester last week, and all these crazy pregnancy symptoms are passing! The insane gag reflex is slowly getting better and that's definitely what I was most excited about :) sweet! I can't wait to see my baby again, but next ultrasound isn't for another 6 weeks.
But in all the articles i read about pregnancies they all say in the secondtrimester the woman starts to regain her energy back an the feeling of nausea fades away...im 14 weeks and 4 days and in my second trimester an i feel even more tired...even less energetic and i have the urge to vomit more often. I feel bad that i dont have energy to play with my son. And my husbands been doing all the work around the house. If i force myself to cook i cant wait till im done lol...
So my first trimester went pretty smoothly, getting sick a few times and fatigue were my inky symptoms. I'm newly into my second trimester and this morning I actually had to run to the bathroom because I was gagging so much. The only reason I feel I didn't throw up us because I have nothing in my stomach. Although I've gotten my energy back, has anyone else had their second semester be harder on them then their first?
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