Friday, February 19, 2010

Very Pregnancy More Condition_symptoms Is It Normal To Feel More Hungry In The Very Beginning Of Pregnancy?

Is it normal to feel more hungry in the very beginning of pregnancy? - very pregnancy more condition_symptoms

Monday will be 8 weeks after the beginning of my last period, so I thought I was pregnant and nearly about 6 weeks, and I feel much more hungry as I am before I was pregnant. Is this normal for early pregnancy.


MS said...

It is very normal. I am 30 weeks with my second and I eat only to pee, and sleep. Feeling of hunger at the beginning of pregnancy is high. Wait until your breast pain, or nausea, headache, constipation, can not sleep, it hurts to walk, and of course, is the mood, the hormones are.
Pregnancy is great, is not it LOL

illnever... said...

Normal! Some women felt themselves together in their pregnancy. I checked the "answers" here, and is filled with women who do this in her 20 + + First Week!

I am 10 weeks and died of hunger around 6 or 7 weeks. I need to eat every 2 hours and I feel sick / bad. I wake in the middle of the night, hungry. If you eat too much at one sitting, I feel a little sick, so I am learning to eat small frequent meals.

All of the food (I eat very healthy, almost entirely organic, but I'm vegetarian), and I'm surprised they have only gained 2 pounds. Who's right on target! The proof that my body is growing with all these extra calories - this baby:)

Try to drink enough fluids, eat enough protein (in particular) before bedtime, andat all grain products (pasta, bread, crackers, pretzels, even). This will help you to be full longer.

Good luck and congratulations:)

Elissa said...

I found that my appetite changed much, from day to day. But yes, at this point, I think it was more hungry.

Do not try to eat too much, but. At best, we should hold up to 300 calories per day to. Try to space smaller meals throughout the day instead of eating to a few grand. This seems to help with nausea.

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