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Can my fiance be hormonal too? I'm the one who's pregnant!!

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2 years ago
I'm 17 weeks pregnant and even though my fiance is in love with the fact he's going to be a dad, sometimes he gets really moody, can he be hormonal too?

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2 years ago
I wouldn't say hormonal, but as exciting as the news is he will start to stress a little every once in a while. Which is where the moodiness could come from.
2 years ago
absolutely. some men get the same symptoms as women, moddieness, tiredness and vomiting sometimes..sound weird but its true
2 years ago
absolutely. some men get the same symptoms as women, moddieness, tiredness and vomiting sometimes..sound weird but its true
2 years ago
oh yeah! you can both be hormonal at this time. emotions tend to run wild at times, so try to stay calm and keep down the stress level. take a breather once in a while! and then tell him, "shut up. stop your whining. I'M THE ONE CARRYING OUR CHILD HERE! I'VE GOT THE HARD JOB. CHILL OUT."hope this helps.
2 years ago
Oh yea, my husband is the same way. He seems really moody while I am pregnant.
2 years ago
YES, my bf is moodier then i  am alot and all you need to do is tell him to get a grip.
2 years ago
Oh wow I thought I was the only one. I've had the best pregnancy so far (22 weeks).I'm not moody, I don't get tired fast, and def didnt have any morning sickness...on the other hand my BF has to be the moodiest person I know lately. Poor guy, I'm it has to do wit stress but sheesh can I get a break. He also sleeps a lot more than me, like really?? lol

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