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Is It Normal To Be Constantly Tired While Pregnant
Yes: Feeling fatigued during pregnancy is common, especially in the 1st and 3rd trimesters. Although many women have more energy mid-pregnancy that is not always the case. Before accepting constant fatigue as normal, you should discuss with your caregiver and make sure medical conditions such as anemia, thyroid disease, and diabetes have been ruled out and that you are eating and sleeping optimally. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
No: Fatigue can be one of the early signs of pregnancy. However, persistent or profound "tiredness" or drowsiness can suggest other conditions like anemia, sleep deprivation, etc. Women with constant fatigue should keep a sleep and wake diary, noting their activity, quality of sleep, what they ate, etc. And show it to OB providers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am constantly tired, nauseous, gaining weight and not pregnant. My cycle has changed in the last year from normal to normal for missing one every 5 months. Can't get answers from my dr's, any idea?
Don't give up!: The symptoms u mention could b accountable 4 hypothyroidism but this is a "could be" only, not a diagnosis, just a possibility. Pls go back 2 ur gp, get a new medical check up + labs w/u including thyroid fx panel. Then, once u have the results of ur general medical check-up, pls make an appt w/ur ob/gyn. Once medically cleared, u may have depression that can b treated 2. Hope u'll b better soon! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
17 weeks pregnant.Diarreah, increased nausea, constant urination, overly tired all the time. Is this normal?
Pregnancy: Nope. This is not normal. You have a significant complication or are ill. Please contact your OB urgently. ...Read more
29 weeks pregnant, i feel like i'm having hot flashes, i feel constantly hot and irritable and fatigue. Is this normal?
9 mos pregnant. Blood pressure and sugar normal. Feeling constantly tired, off balance and slightly dizzy. Just all around bad. Normal?
Maybe: It is possible you just need to keep well hydrated and are just feeling the effects of a child soon to be born. If you are feeling bad, and different than how you have been feeling, call your doctor. ...Read more
Yes: During the first trimester, women may feel extremely fatigued as they are experiencing hormonal changes related to the pregnancy. During the second trimester, most women have increase in energy and during the third trimester, fatigue may return as women sleep less because your body will experience the most change during this time. Always check with your doctor for anemia or other conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 27 weeks and 4 days pregnant, and I'm feeling tired mostly always, I have two smaller children too,but I'm tired most time is it normal ?
Yeppers: Total bummer trying to be a mom with 2 little ones and one on the way. When you're pregnant, your blood volume increases, so the serum to red blood cell ratio drops a little. Translation: a functional anemia. You might have sleep apnea as well if you are overweight on top of being pregnant. What is your Mallampati score (look up diagram) & do you snore? Get a sleep study. CPAP may help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Pregnancy in some women is like the "flu". It is often a tip of that one is pregnant, especially young and first time pregnancies. However, never say never. You could have other illnesses with your pregnancy. If you have fever or other worrisome symptoms, you should call and discuss with your pcp/obstetrician or be seen. ...Read more
I'm 6 weeks pregnant with my 3rd child.im extremely tired, all day long.didnt have this with my others. Is this normal?
Im constantly nauseous and tired. I have lost a lot of weight too. No matter what i do. Eat or not eat. I am sick. I am not pregnant either.
Unexplained wt loss!: You sound sick, for sure! Time to get checked to find out what is going on, since there are many possibilities. Get seen this week, you've been ill long enough. Stop any new supplements or over the counter meds. Avoid these artificial sweeteners Splenda (sucralose) and sorbitol (gummy candies, sugar free gums and breath mints), which cause a lot of stomach problems in many. Don't wait! ...Read more
I am 34w pregnant, often cramps since 30w. Usually when tired, from sit down to stand up. Sometimes until difficult to walk. Is that normal??
Sure is!: You are carrying and feeding a rapidly growing human being inside you! in addition, moms usuually become somewhat anemic during the latter stages of pregnancy, so this leads to easier fatigue as well. This is your body's way of trying to get you to slow down and rest up before labor starts and you have a newborn to care for. Listen to your body and get extra rest. ...Read more
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