and am grateful that she is here and I am no longer pregnant. That was so tough.
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up more about prenatal depression. It is not discussed much as usually people contribute moodiness or change in emotions (during pregnancy) to hormonal shifts. Could definitely be that. But how do you explain to someone that even if it is all that, it is so hard to feel as if you can get out from behind the shroud of sadness? The sadness I feel comes in extreme waves. This morning the underside of my belly is so sore and so I feel frustration and pain getting up and walking around. I began thinking about our family of 3 and how when the baby comes it will never be the same. I had to begin weekly baby nonstress tests yesterday and so now I am considered “high-risk” because I have become sensitized during this pregnancy. It seems to never end.
The docs tell me that so far the baby seems to be growing and developing well so there is nothing for me to worry about. I just feel such little tolerance for the discomfort. Then I feel even worse feeling like I am complaining when there all of this results in a beautiful baby.
Started 33 weeks yesterday and there could be great chance that this will all end in 4 weeks with the arrival of the baby. I am being highly optimistic and hoping for a 37 week natural birth.
Come on, baby. Come on, body!
It still comes and goes. I just don’t feel like myself and in some ways it completely makes sense. I am not just “myself”. I am myself and a little one growing inside of me. It is just a continual frustration for me to be dealing with this prenatal depression. Never did I imagine anything like this. One day at a time…
I had a moment in the late afternoon where I felt completely 100% nausea-free. It was a rare moment and I savored it fully.
at 29 weeks. I have felt frustrated for so many weeks.
Spent 4 months with daily vomiting. Glad that is over. Now it is just dealing with many food restrictions due to innate repulsion of most things odiferous.
At 29 weeks it is tiresome to feel sick all the time. It will end. Hopefully a tad sooner than due date. 2 weeks early would be great!
It is so awful. My sense of smell is on overdrive and I can smell things from unusually far distances. So many smells are making me sick and most are food smells. Even if I spend too much time thinking about food it makes me need to vomit. Today, I cannot stay in bed like I did yesterday and tomorrow I have to go back to work. I just keep telling myself it’s all for good reason. It just gets me down feeling so nauseated 24/7.
I was hoping I might be spared this time around, but no! On Thursday, just one day after beginning 6 weeks, the constant sick stomach set in. So far, I haven’t experienced the aversion to foods as much, so maybe that will not happen.
In the past 2 days, I have eaten way too many crackers.
On Monday I will visit an acupuncturist and hopefully that will help.