this is my fourth pregnancy and tottaly different from my other ones when i look smell and taste meat it makes me want to puke i dont know what to do i was wondering if anyone else has had this happened to them and by the way im 7 weeks and 1 days pregnant
sounds like your baby is a vegetarian!
not had this experience myself but there's a good chance the aversion will pass after first tri, in the meantime get your protein from eggs, cheese, pulses or whatever you can stomach x
I can't stomach meat either. I'm also having serious aversion to eggs. I try to eat cheese, but the lactose is too much for me. I figured I could try legumes and/or nuts for protein but the fiber wreaked havoc on my stomach.
I'm hoping the nausea and food-aversions pass by 2nd tri. Then I'll go back to eating a 'healthy balanced diet'. Til then, I'll just eat whatever actually stays in my stomach...
yeah it does sound like my baby is a vegetarian lol i thought about that today and im almost into my second trimester 5 more days but yes right now im just eating what i can i use to love meat going to miss having tacos sucks alot but like my doctor told me your body will crave what you are missing and your body will let you know when you dont need something in your body aka meat so i got told to eat whatever i crave i really want fish and chips with tarter sauce sound good to anyone else? lol
I was the same with my last pregnancy, every time i ate meat i would be halfway through chewing and all of a sudden i would just want to throw up, and have to spit it out.
I also went right off cakes, chocolate etc which was really strange lol but just looking at them would make me feel funny, i just didn't fancy it at all.
I know how you feel. Lately all I've been able to eat is chicken, fish, and the occasional porkchop. I really hope I do ok this weekend since my oldest brother is having a birthday party for my nephew and is serving hot dogs and hamburgers. The two times I tried to eat a hamburger I got nauseated half way through. I do hope it passes.
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