I cant eat like the way I used to! I don't feel sick anymore buy I just have no appetitie. I can be trying and once I have one bite or two I don't want anymore because I feel so full! Even my favorite foods Tht I've been dying for I can barely eat. Everything makes me stuffed ad then I feel sick and bloated. Is loss of appetite normal? Did this happen to anyone else?
In early pregnancy, everything is starting to push up, in turn applying pressure to your stomach making it smaller so that it can't hold as much. I lost 5 pounds in my first trimester. Don't worry, by your second trimester, you'll be scarfing down everything you can get.
I remember being like this in my first tri. I'd be starving and get loads of food, then take 2 or three bites and be stuffed.
It does go away though. If you can't eat much try and drink lots of water to keep yourself hydrated.
I used to be like this until about 15 weeks. It was horrible cos I'd be really hungry but just felt like I'd never be able to pig out and enjoy food like I used to. But after about 16 weeks BAM my appetite appeared right out of nowhere and I've still got a huge appetite which is getting bigger now at 31 weeks!
Its normal to feel full quicker too in pregnancy because the baby can push down on things and make your insides feel all squashed which isn't pleasant.
As long as you're eating enough so you're not feeling hungry because whatever we eat, the baby will take the best nutrients and basically what he/she needs from us and we're left with the rest so try not to worry hun. xx
don't worry, it's all in the joys of first tri!
i used to feel sick from about 6pm, then in the middle of dinner i'd throw up... only to go back and finish my dinner straight after
i started to enjoy pregnancy from about 18 weeks onwards where i could eat everything! the "i'm pregnant, give me more food" excuse works perfectly!
hope it passes soon
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