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  • Originally posted by Shimona View Post

    Congrats for ur pregnancy dear........ I wish you a very all the best. I am happy for your pregnancy .Pregnancy will make you see LIFE in a whole new different way. Why? Because you will experience what it feels like to create one. Congratulations.
    aww, thank you very much! It's so nice from you! I wish I could share my happiness with you all here! I'm so proud of myself. I made a huge step and it was the biggest event in my life. I don't know how others but I will never forget the first time when I saw that lucky numbers! I wish it will never end.

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    • Originally posted by gracee View Post

      aww, thank you very much! It's so nice from you! I wish I could share my happiness with you all here! I'm so proud of myself. I made a huge step and it was the biggest event in my life. I don't know how others but I will never forget the first time when I saw that lucky numbers! I wish it will never end.
      ofcourse dear, You are going to live that moment very soon. My best wishes are always there with you. God bless you!!!

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      • Yes, you correctly say. The pregnancy brings with it a strange fatigue, which, perhaps, is not similar to all that you experienced before. This is especially noticeable in the first trimester, when the body literally makes you sleep. At times you feel completely exhausted. You always want to sleep. You can fall asleep right at your desk in the morning. Realizing how much the load on your body increases, you will cease to be surprised at your fatigue. Practically every organ of your body works with an additional load to adapt to a new being within you, and every cell of the body is under the influence of the hormonal and physiological changes that occur during pregnancy. At the same time, new organs are formed in your body: a placenta is formed in the uterus to feed the baby, the organs of the child develop. The growth of cells requires enormous energy expenditure. Add to this the fits of faintness in the morning and the huge physiological changes that pregnancy brings with it, and you will realize that you can not avoid fatigue.
        Think about yourself. Fighting your fatigue in the first months of pregnancy is a good preparation for fighting fatigue in the first months of the postpartum period. The first obstacle that you will have to overcome is the realization of the fact that you need rest. Convince yourself that it is necessary to make changes in your life and that during pregnancy you need to be not only giving but also receiving care and attention side.
        For me, the feeling of unusual fatigue is always the first sign that I'm pregnant. At eight in the evening I fall asleep right in the car. My husband says that I sleep for two. It's funny, but it really is.
        Change your priorities. You can not ask yourself to be at the same time leading a household, earning money and always been a passionate lover - even if you really want it. You just do not have the strength. Sometimes you will feel that you can not do anything at all or that the day passes half-asleep. Nevertheless, you are occupied with the most important thing in life: you are carrying a child. If possible (it's easier said than done) temporarily set aside the responsibilities that prevent you from enough time to rest. If you have always taken too much, do not try to be everything to everyone; you are not capable of this, and others should not expect this from you.

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