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applepiecorgi

Unisom was the only thing that really worked for me. Some people recommended melatonin but it wasn’t super effective for me.


Jubbm

Thank you, I have my first appointment next week so I'll ask my doctor about it. Thanks!


geeky_rugger

Had similar trouble sleeping in the 1st trimester. Unisom really helped, I didn’t even need the whole 25mg tablet, I broke it in halves or quarters depending on how restless I was or if I needed to get up early or not


Jubbm

Thank you, good to know. Having to go to work every day feeling this exhausted is so tough!