It was very interesting to me, after uploading 5 pregnancy apps after finding out I was pregnant, yes that's the first thing I did (in case I'd miss any super, vital important details on the complexity of making a human) that for some women the first trimester was their worst.
I thought to myself, "oh come on! how can a little peanut make it so bad"
well...C-H-A-L-L-E-N-G-E A-C-C-E-P-T-E-D...WAIT FOR IT....WAIT FOR IT.....( if you don't know which show this is referring to...let's just say you're missing out, xoxo)
The day I found out, I was eating a salad and playing Mario kart.
As Peach was ruining my life (I only play Peache's character, Queen attitude ya'll) I was waiting for my digital test to give me an answer, which BTW takes a little too much time when you need an answer ASSAAPP. Some will just say I'm being a drama queen, and I'll just flip my hair.
Anyway, I zoned out and when I looked down that's when I saw it. The nicely, unoffensive word "Pregnant." Clearly, Clear Blue is clear on making you feel some type of way. All I remember is my salad flying and Peach driving into a wall. GAME OVER...I mean GAME ON! :)
In about two weeks my life turned into the toilet and I...Me and the toilet type of deal. I couldn't even keep water down. I never threw up that much in my entire life and it basically lasted for 9 weeks...9 freaking weeks. I feel terrible for women who have morning sickness longer or throughout their whole pregnancy (which is rare)...it's brutal! to the ones who didn't have any, you're in luck and I hate you...but I love you.
I actually spoke to more women out there who didn't have morning sickness. So basically don't worry. I was informed that if you had a hard time with the pill, chances are you might have morning sickness...
The first trimester is actually the biggest (pardon my French) mind fuck, they tell you that you shouldn't tell anyone for at least three months about your life changing news. In the meantime you're becoming this strange creature, your hormones are more dynamic than a Daft Punk concert and you're close to getting a 5150 in the company of Kanye West as you slowly look like you hit the buffet a little too hard.
Here's my take on it, as I felt like it was actually very challenging for me, even though I didn't want to open up about my pregnancy because I was so sick and that I was ready to punch you in the face if you looked at me with your perfect put-together-grin and said "congratulations", I did isolate myself and it didn't make it easier. I think that it depends on the type of person you are, but if you need support before the safe mark of miscarriage is over and you can get it from people that would be as supportive if something did go wrong...go for it. It's ok!
Either way, pregnancy can get very overwhelming with the DO'S and DON'TS and I think that you should design certain aspect of your pregnancy to your own comfort.
The first trimester is the time to grasp, inform & be kind with yourself, rest, get your prenatal vitamins, be thankful to have the chance to create life and eat everything (except sushi, raw meat and some other stuff that I think they need to chill about...but that's just me and the rest of the world that are perfect baby makers too) and get ready to feel sooo much better on your second trimester! party time! ;)
if you're pregnant of only a few weeks, don't drink a whole bottle of water before a test (it could come up as negative like my second test did and If I knew that I would've avoided a crazy emotional roller coaster) because your hormones are not enough present in your body. If you can wait to do a test in the morning, it's better.
Your boobs are going to hurt like a..... BBBBEEEEEEPPPPPPP.
you're going to be huuunngrrryyyyyy.
Your first doctor appointment is around 8 weeks (unless you're at risk)
apps that I like:
Baby center very informative, keeps going even after birth.
Ovia pregnancy, you can check medication and food safety.
Pregnancy + , add your belly pics and more.
I'M A HOPELESS ROMANTIC WITH AN OPINION AND A WITTY MOUTH. I CREATED THIS BLOG TO BE ABLE TO BE OPEN WITH MY EXPERIENCES, ABOUT LIFE & OTHER LITTLE DISASTERS. THE MAIN REASON WHY I DID, WAS TO HELP PEOPLE OUT THERE. EVEN IF I CAN HELP ONE PERSON RELATE OR FEEL BETTER, THAT'S WONDERFUL. THIS BLOG IS A BIBLE OF MY EXPERIENCES BUT ALSO PEOPLE AROUND ME THAT I HAVE WITNESSED GOING THROUGH CERTAIN THINGS, THAT HELPED ME UNDERSTAND MYSELF BETTER AND THE IMPORTANCE OF LISTENING, KNOWLEDGE, BEING GRATEFUL, GIVING BACK AND NEVER LETTING YOUR SUFFERING DEFINE YOU. IT IS NOW ALSO A GUIDE ON PREGNANCY & PARENTING AS I GO ON WITH MY LITTLE OLIVER.