Pregnancy put offs.....

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by Mandankie, Oct 12, 2013.

  1. Sarah lo

    Sarah lo mum of 2 little monkeys!

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    Tea, coffee and chocolate are all out for me!
     
  2. emalou90

    emalou90 Well-Known Member

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    Most cooked food, the thought of cooked food...
     
  3. moonix13

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    Can't stand bread, toast, sandwiches, wraps.. Anything bread related

    Also nothing sugary or sweet besides fruit.. Makes the nausea terrible

    No pasta especially with tomato based sauces

    No yoghurt, milk or dairy

    I've been eating salty stuff - salty steak, lamb, olives, haloumi, feta

    Chicken and salmon as well and lots of corn on the cob with sea salt
     
  4. endlessblue

    endlessblue Well-Known Member

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    I have always had a VERY sweet tooth, usually I'd have a cake/biscuit etc every single day, but since just before my period was due, I'm just not interested in anything sweet. That was the first thing that made me think "am I...?" lol! I don't seem to have any sort of appetite now and cooking makes me nauseous/puke, but when I eat all I want is savoury/salty.
     
  5. mh_ccl

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    Bananas - it's a consistency issue
    Minty smells - DH is not allowed to chew gum near me anymore
    Gummy prenatal vitamins - they taste so sour and fake fruity that I just want to skip them
     
  6. pinkpolkadot

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    So far I am OK but last time I went right off curry which I usually love!
     

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