The thought of chicken and cooked veggies has me nauseous, but ground beef is the absolute worst!
Thinking back to my first pregnancy i believe it got a bit better as time went on. But i still had to think of what i wanted to eat, and if the thought of it didn't make me ill, id eat it.
I ate pear crisps a couple of weeks ago, and now everytime I so much as think of them I want to throw up. Also the smell of my office at work makes me want to chuck up everywhere. I have lost my lust for coffee as well which is gutting! xxx
I've somehow gone off eggs completely. I normally love eggs. The other day I made an omelette with onions, tomatoes and cheese. I took one bite and had to spit it out. It just tasted terrible. The other thing I cannot stomach any more is peppers. I made a lovely pasta dinner one night with peppers in it - the next day at lunch, I was picking out the peppers and throwing them away. The very thought of them now.... Ugh.
As far as other food items are concerned, it seems to come and go for me. Sometimes the very thought of chicken makes me feel , but at other times I'm perfectly fine.
I'm glad I haven't gone off fruit, though. Even when I was feeling sick I could usually down some oranges or grapes. And I find myself thinking of mangoes inordinately frequently these days
I'm still waiting for this one to go away. It has really affected my happiness level. It's been getting slightly better in the sense that I am finding I can eat normal things for lunch again, but breakfast and dinner are still a struggle. I would much rather NEVER eat if I could get away with it! I'm really hoping the crazy aversions will fade in the next few weeks.
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