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    Question Anyone else not able to breathe????

    It is mostly when I eat a big meal. My stomach just feels like it is all squished and I can't breathe!!!! It is like I just want to stretch out so I can breathe better. I don't remember having this this early with Olivia......I think I have forgotten alot though! lol Anyone else feel like this already? Gosh, I am really in trouble come 8 or 9 mos!!!!!
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    That hasnt happened to me yet but I hope it eases for you. Maybe stretching out is just exactly what you need and you should do it after every meal. Stretching is always good.

    Me 46, TCC # 1 for 7 years.
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    Yes, I am having that problem too - mostly after I eat as well. This is pg #3 for me, so I wonder if it has something to do with that. I find myself having to stretch and make sure I sit up really straight after eating - it definitely helps. It does make me wonder about how I will survive in a few more months. Here's hoping that things slow down for us soon!

    Mom to Nathan 01/28/02
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    Yes, it's happened, just not too much YET! This baby is sitting really high and I know it will be so much "fun" when I'm 8-9 mos!
    The things we deal with to be a mommy. I would trade it, though!


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    I can't breathe because my nose is soooooo stuffed. It's horrible. I sound like a fool when I talk.

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    YES YES YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Especially after I eat. I am misrable!!!! Mine doesnt seem to go away anytime soon after either! Sometimes it makes it very hard to sleep!
    I cant believe this is happening this early either. We are in trouble in a month or two! UGGGGGG!
    Mommy to Kaelyn 11/22/2002--My little sweetie!
    My Wild mamma!--Carlee Grace 05/31/05

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    I'm not having touble breathing, but I am having more trouble eating. I get full soooooo fast. I've not been eating very well for the past couple of weeks... I'm going to try to eat more frequently from now on. I feel guilty.

    Age 27, DH 27
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