I know I need to eat something but I can't figure out what to eat I'm sure that some of my nausea is because I have only had a handful of crackers today with an apple and baby bell (little cheese) but nothing sounds appetizing except pasta with cream sauce but I'm sure that it's not the best thing to help with ms...
Well if you're actually craving something, that may be the best thing to eat. I know you may not be craving the healthiest thing, but eating something is better for the baby than not eating at all. With my first pregnancy I couldn't hold hardly anything down. I lived on Sprite and crackers because that's all I could eat. I still don't want to even look at crackers or Sprite! lol
for a snack: goldfish!!
for a meal, plain pasta with a tiny bit of butter and parm cheese. toast with butter or jelly, sliced up fruit and cheese, whatever you can imagine eating without throwing up!
One time I was nauseous and i DID eat fettuccine alfredo because i had been craving it an i was fine. Just eat whatever you can at this point! Good Luck!!
I walk around in a near constant state of nausea. I thankfully haven't thrown up yet but just feel terrible all the time. I honestly just eat something, whatever sounds good. I feel like i'm always eating, and sadly, feeling pretty much like I'm gaining too much weight, but when I feel hungry I feel 1000 times worse!! I mostly like cheese, and bread foods (pasta, bread, crackers), but am trying desperately to start up on veggies again.. something to make sure I don't gain 100 lbs!!
Yeah, this part is no fun...it hit me kind of late (at 7 and a half weeks), but now I've just been walking around with a constant, nauseous feeling. Grocery shopping is no fun anymore. Amazingly, the thought of vegetables and smoothies make me the most nauseous. But I KNOW I need to start eating them more. Things that I have been ok eating: popcorn, french bread and cheese, hot dogs (weird), and pasta (not with creamy sauce, as that tends to make it worse). Fruits have been ok too, like apples or strawberries. 2 and a half more weeks until week 12, and I'm praying I feel better at that point. Here's to hanging in there together...one day at a time!
Eat whatever you can and whatever you want! I had MS really bad (it's a little better now) and my nurse literally told me, "If all you can keep down during the first tri is McDonald's french fries, then by God eat all the McDonald's french fries you can handle. Just eat SOMETHING."
And she told me not to worry too much because our bodies are basically traitors now. Our bodies will give all our nutrients to our babies and allow us to waste away. While that's an icky thought, it comforted me. lol.
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