Cravings?

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  1. golcarlilly

    golcarlilly Proud mum of 2

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    Are we still supposed to be getting cravings for certain foods at this stage or is that just for first tri? I don't seem to get any anymore?
     
  2. baby.love

    baby.love Guest

    Mine have died down over the past week..Nothing takes my fancy anymore :(

    But a non food craving of cleaning seems to be the thing for me at the moment! Crazy woman aint i?!
     
  3. Marg_27

    Marg_27 ✿ Proud Mummy of 2 ✿

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    I dint really have much in the 1st tri tbh... the other day I HAD to have mash, and I have NEVER liked mash!!
     
  4. amylw1

    amylw1 my 3 boys in avatar. x

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    not had any at all.
     
  5. PrincessSoph

    PrincessSoph Well-Known Member

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    mine have calmed down as well now. I never know what i want to eat. the only thing I had to have was a can of coke! and when i did it didnt satisfy me!
     
  6. babymad

    babymad Well-Known Member

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    I've not had a single craving yet. I thought it might kick in later. I just seem to have gone off foods or just not fancy much of anything.
     
  7. honey08

    honey08 mum2two boys/2mc

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    i was mad for coca cola in 1st tri, was really suprised how fast thats gone , after bout 14wk i cudnt stand it just like i cudnt b4 i was preggo x
     
  8. Mary Jo

    Mary Jo Mummy to Adam and Joel

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    I craved cheese for a week or so right at the very beginning (like 5-6 weeks) but other than that nothing really. Oh, maybe oranges for a little while. And I haven't had any aversions either. Kept waiting to feel sick when I was around raw meat but nothing!
     
  9. baby.love

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    Ok scrap the 1st post i made, seems there is a cheese theme developing!

    For lunch i just had pasta with cheese spread mixed in and grated cheese on top, i will soon be reaching in the cupboard for some quavers to munch on! Last week it was fish fingers and cheese! Oh well plenty of calcium for bubba x
     
  10. djgirl1976

    djgirl1976 Expecting our 1st

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    Not like in 1st trim., but most of those were just for something I could eat that wouldn't make me sick(bland food, etc) however, one thing I still can't get enough of is ketchup. I hated ketchup and wouldn't even hardly eat it before. Now I can go through 10 packets of the stuff in a sitting. It even sounds good as I write about it. I think it may be that I would kill for a really good ripe tomato but there is nowhere to get one. Kethcup is the next best substitue I can think of...
     
  11. LucyEmma

    LucyEmma Well-Known Member

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    I got more in the 1st tri like orange juice and cheese and jelly beans :) but now they seem to hve gone, apart from milk if i see milk i have to have some lol x
     
  12. PrincessSoph

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    lol this sounds so like me i thought i wrote it :rofl:
     
  13. amslou

    amslou TTC No2

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    lol yep i'm craving milk, banana milkshake and beef crisps. was salt and vinegar crisps, curry and coke but its all changed now. i was far too ill in 1st tri for cravings tho
     
  14. baby.love

    baby.love Guest

    :rofl: I am actually sat here thinking about tonights tea, and have decided i want chips with cheese spread on the side to dip :blush:
     
  15. Loubylou

    Loubylou 2nd Tri with baby #3

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    Tee hee! You sound just like me.... I have been addicted to tomatoes in any shape or form over the last month! Seems to be easing off a little now though!
     
  16. Kelley&Jason

    Kelley&Jason Pregnant w/our4thblessing

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    I havn't really had any cravings....more like nothing ever sounds good to me!! I'm still getting sick so I have to plan ahead incase it comes back up...
     
  17. Mary Jo

    Mary Jo Mummy to Adam and Joel

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    oooh, I forgot about ketchup - yep, if I'd class anything as a craving it's ketchup. :)
     
  18. djgirl1976

    djgirl1976 Expecting our 1st

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    oh how I would love a juicy, red, ripe, August picked, farm tomato...so much better than the sad yellow-orange ones in the grocery. Just not the same. I hope I still crave one when August rolls around! :rofl: That sure is a LOOONNNGG way off!
     
  19. Waiting4Baby

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    We have perfectly good tomatoes here....

    Umm, I'm still craving, but it's pretty much just anything and everything, mostly just when I SEE it somewhere, I have to have it. Most recently it was spinach dip with french bread. I had this thing for Taco Bell for a while, but since getting sick from it I'm done with that. Ugh. Taco Bell diarrhea is the worst (you're welcome for the TMI).
     

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