It is so weird but I always have this empty feeling. Like I am hungry, even after I just ate. It is like a void I cant fill. But Im not really hungry either. Its so confusing. It is just a constant yucky awareness of a sick feeling. And food doesnt sound good so Im just never happy. My boyfriend laughs at me and thinks I am being dramatic. Of course he just doesnt understand. He can go about his day and not think of the pregnancy constantly, but I am always feeling something. Either sickness, hunger, cramps, constipation, tiredness, etc...I am always SO aware. all my attention is on my stomach ALL day long. I just cant wait for this weird empty feeling to be gone. Anyone else feeling the same thing?
Absolutely! I've had this exact same feeling for the past three weeks - not fun at all. Just try to eat small snacks throughout the day, whatever sounds good. Lemonade and soda water help a bit for me. Hang in there, I think it's just part of the 1st tri fun!
same here!!!! i will put my hand up to that one
just had 2 slices of toast but dont feel full.
never feel full - i eat my main meal my tea and still end up starving and having to eat something before bed.
last night i was starving i had to get a digestive and a ginger biscuit before i could sleep!
i need food all the time-not sure if it is because our bodies just need more food!!
I feel that way too. I am having a issue recently with loading up my plate because I am hungry but 4 bites into it I am full and really dont want anymore. My husband also thinks I am being dramatic and thinks I not really feeling those feelings! lol
bellylaughs How far along are you? I too have had this empty starving feeling all the time for about the past 4 weeks. It is the worse feeling EVER besides Nausea I think, I sure do hope this passes after the 1st trimester. I have no appetite and it makes it no better, so I'm constantly forcing myself to eat and snack all day, and I have to eat before bed too.
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