Okay girls. I am just wondering if this is just me but I am seven weeks on Saturday and I truly feel like I am starving. I can eat and eat and I don't feel full. I have about half an hour of satisfaction and than my stomach starts turning and I feel hungry as if I haven't eaten in days. And it literally makes me gag because I am SO hungry. Am I going crazy here? Is this what morning sickness is supposed to feel like? I have been an emotional wreck all morning because I can't figure out what is going on.
OMG, i'm completely the oppersite! I feel full all the time. Today ive had some cereal and dont even want anything else because i feel so full its so weird.
Oh man I WISH that was my problem. I had a bowl of oatmeal and tried to nap and woke up curled up in a ball with severe hunger pangs and had to run to the bathroom because I thought I'd be sick. I just ate another bowl of oatmeal and I feel okay for this moment but who knows how long it will last. I'm afraid I am going to gain fifty pounds the way I am going.
I get very hungry on the early days too and in the later stages. I tend to find from 13 weeks to about 30 weeks it eases off a bit. Just think of the work your body is doing though, no wonder really xxx
Hunger was always my first symptom of being pregnant. Pre-pregnancy I barely eat until suppertime, but when I get hungry first thing in the morning, I know it's pregnancy.
That is mostly when I'm having the issues too. I wake up and I immediately want to gag and if there is food nearby I'll bite anyone's arm off that wants to get in my way. I'm going to try making a more fullfilling breakfast instead of just oatmeal and hopefully it will help.
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