8 weeks not being able to eat

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by chloesnowie10, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. chloesnowie10

    chloesnowie10 Well-Known Member

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    I have seen loads of posts about not being able to stop eating, however I am the complete opposite!...

    I haven't had a full meal in a week, all i can really manage is literally 4/5 fries and I am full up to the point of feeling sick, it even happens when I hav not eaten all day...

    I'm really worrying about this as no food = no nutrients for beanie :S

    Do any of you feel the same and have any tips as to what i could try to eat to get nutrients?
     
  2. 3Doglover

    3Doglover Cautiously Pregnant!

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    I am also 8 wks and I have been feeling the same way. I try just kinda graze and snack throughout the day since I can't really eat full meals. Just munch on good things like apples, grapes, and various other things to try to make up for the lack of full meals. Hope you feel better!
     
  3. chloesnowie10

    chloesnowie10 Well-Known Member

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    the only thing i have found that i can eat in one go is an apple!
     
  4. roxursox302

    roxursox302 baby girl <3

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    If it makes you feel any better hon I couldnt eat until last week! And my baby is measuring AHEAD of where shes supposed to be so dont worry! Just keep taking your prenatals, eat when you can,and drink lots of fluids!
     
  5. hopscotch

    hopscotch mommy to my angel

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    Testing tomorrow and feeling very positive if I'm pregnant I am 5wks2d and haven't had a proper meal in a week or maybe over, just been munching on carrots I have no appetite and it's been worrying me! So good to hear I'm not alone and everything is good with your pregnancies!
     

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