Finally Feeling Better

amgreenwell
amgreenwell Posts: 1,268 Member
Anyone else finally past the nauseous stage and ready to get to walking/running/working out again? I haven't felt like doing anything at all in weeks. I've been on Phenergan and have been just exhausted when I walk in the door from work. After making supper, getting baby to bed and cleaning up, I'm done. My poor husband!! I'm usually in bed and asleep by 9.
I am finally starting to see the fog lift though and feeling like getting out and doing stuff again. I'm not on the medication any more and I have quite a bit more energy.
How is everyone else doing?
I'm 11 weeks btw.

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  • steph2strong
    steph2strong Posts: 426 Member
    So nauseous, so tired, but I'm only 7 weeks. I have my first ultrasound in 2 hours. Glad to hear you are feeling better.
  • VeryKatie
    VeryKatie Posts: 5,931 Member
    My exhaustion is still kicking around at 13 weeks and I seem to be getting winded easily. I hope that goes away soon. I need to start exercising again. Maybe I should just push myself to be a little less lazy...
  • Queenmunchy
    Queenmunchy Posts: 3,380 Member
    I never took a break from working out, actually stepped it up once I found out. I'm over the exhaustion and never had the nausea - just a teeny bit.
  • amgreenwell
    amgreenwell Posts: 1,268 Member
    @VeryKatie unfortunately, the winded-ness is part of pregnancy and from what I experienced my first time around does not go away, only gets worse the bigger you get. Just keep up with walking and working out as best you can. Remember, you are growing a life so give yourself some credit :)
  • raingirl21
    raingirl21 Posts: 167 Member
    I unfortunately have not passed the nausea stage and i'm 24 weeks. But I do try to walk on my breaks and the weekends, fresh air seems to help for me.
  • Hurricane_C
    Hurricane_C Posts: 806 Member
    I'm 17 weeks and still have some nausea. I'm currently taking Diclegis for the morning sickness and on those rare days where I run out or forget to take it, its bad news bears. I don't remember it lasting this long during pregnancy #1, but my husband tells me it did. Here's to hoping it goes away soon!