Query from first-tri lass re eating during pg

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  1. colsy

    colsy Mummy to 2 li'l pudd'ns

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    Just out of interest, did you all regain your appetite properly once you reached the depths of second tri and beyond? I've gone off quite a few things in first tri that I used to eat/drink loads of, and yet now just the thought of them makes me feel a bit funny. (Really innocuous stuff such as potatoes and herbal tea!) I would quite like to think that in a few weeks I'll be eating and drinking all my old favourites again. Will I be? Thanks girls!
     
  2. sapphire20

    sapphire20 Olivia & Alex <3

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    Hey, I cant really help you here as I have always eaten everything and anything and it hasnt changed throughout my pregnancy, im sure some of the girls can help!!
     
  3. cs22

    cs22 Mum and ttc# 2

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    I went off loads of things in first tri, By the middle of second tri i was eating and drinking them again like they were going out of fashion lol
     
  4. dizzyspells

    dizzyspells Mia & Finnlays Mummy.xxx

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    I didnt really go off much but the things I did go off I still cant eat!I know its not the answer your looking for sorry!xx
     
  5. dizzy duck

    dizzy duck Mummy to Oliver

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    Things that I had gone off in 1st trimester I still can't eat or stand the smell of. Sorry if this doesn't help, take care :hugs: XX
     
  6. ruth222

    ruth222 Mum of 1 to be Mum of 2

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    Food wise Ithink prob everyone is different, I didnt go off many things, but the little things I did go off I've had plenty of now and doesnt seem to bother me, whereas none food items like the smell of lush products or oil, i will actually retch if I smell them, and I'm well into the 3rd tri lol x
     
  7. Kiree

    Kiree proud mammy of 2 boys

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    I went off lots of stuff in first tri but will pretty much anything that is in front of me now! By what some of the others have said tho I think its different for different ppl. Good luck! Xx
     
  8. soup

    soup Well-Known Member

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    i went off all sorts of things in first tri, not even the same things one day from the next! in fact i lost quite a lot of weight in first tri cos i just couldn't bring myself to eat, but i had plenty to spare! and i have def got my appetite back i cannot stop eating now although there are still a few things that i just can't face. i used to love enchiladas for tea and tried them lots in first tri and have not been able to eat them since really.
     
  9. Jkelmum

    Jkelmum Well-Known Member

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    I still cant face chocolate :(
     
  10. codex

    codex Well-Known Member

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    Didn't want to read and run but I am the same way. I hope someone can help you out :)
     
  11. mama2b

    mama2b Mummy & TTC

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    I went of quite a lot of food that normally I love and it lasted well into 2nd tri.

    It was mainly cooked meals I couldn't face, it didn't make me feel sick I just didn't want them. I just wanted cold food and snacks all the time then something changed and now I eat everything and anything. Ive eaten 6 packs of pom bears in the last 24 hours :blush:
     

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