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I actually have been feeling a lot better lately in that regard. I had a kot of breathlessness in the first trimester abd beginning of the second. Now it seems like my body has adjusted to its new demands and I can breathe again. Baby is still nowhere near my ribs though so I fully expect the breathlesness to return once baby grows and my lungs start getting squished. I'm asuming that's the stage you ladies have reached.
This happened to me a lot in the first trimester. The best way to describe it was that I felt like I was at altitude (~10,000ft) all the time. Walking was hard, talking was hard. I imagine at this stage it's just lungs getting squished, but it could also be your body still working hard to increase blood volume.