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Postby emma0908 » Wed Oct 08, 2003 10:47 am

Or not as the case maybe!<br><br>I have terrible trouble sleeping for long periods during the night, 3 hours on the trot is about my max!! Does anyone else have this problem and has anyone got any tips?<br><br>Hope your all ok, brill news about Rachel!!<br><br>Love<br>Emma<br>x
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Postby KirstyC » Wed Oct 08, 2003 3:27 pm

Hi Emma,<br>Do you keep having to go to the loo ?? That happens to me too, I usually get up at about 1am and again at about 4am and then at about 6.30 ish- It doesn't seem to get better!! The key seems to be getting straight back to sleep again. When I can I have a good nights sleep, but if I let myself wake up properly then I have had it and I am awake for hours!! (Keep thinking about baby and things!)<br>The books all say this is normal, but can be annoying I know.<br><br>Cammomile tea is good if you can't get back to sleep..but means getting out of bed!! I have also found that getting up and tidying the kitchen helps me get back to sleep-( but I am very weird and obviously need professional help!!)<br><br>Well-I suppose our little darlings will be keeping us up every three hrs or so when after they arrive so we should probably get used to it!<br><br>Take care and rest when you can!<br>Lots of love<br>Kirsty<br>xx
TTC for 7 yrs (have severe endo and pcos and hubby has v low sperm) until became pg after ICSI cycle last feb. Now am the lucky mother of perfect little boy called Joshua born last october.
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Postby bubblymichelle » Wed Oct 08, 2003 3:46 pm

Hi There<br><br>Just to let you know I also suffer I can't sleep an whole night through without waking up. I get up about 3/4 times in the night for the toilet and then I go back to bed. What I have found is when I go to bed I lie on my side but the baby starts kicking so I lie on my other side and then it kicks so I just have problems getting comfy because I think I am squashing the little one. I am sure when the baby/babies in other peoples cases are here we won't sleep straight through for some nights so I guess this is just preparing us.<br><br>Love<br>Shell.<br>24wks 6d pg<br>xx
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