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Feeling Hungry All The Time During Pregnancy
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Stomach feeling heavy last few days, don't really feel hungry haven't eaten much. Done a pregnancy test, not pregnant. What could be wrong?
I always feel hungry and my stomach growls almost no stop.It cant be pregnancy cause I have never had sex. what could this be?is there a way to fix it
Constant hunger: can result from blood sugar problems and/or thyroid disease, but it could be normal in someone your age. Teenagers have very high calorie requirements, and it could be that you are not eating enough to meet your body's needs. Try eating small amounts frequently throughout the day, include sources of protein to stabilize blood sugar. If overweight see: http://helpdoctorwtlosstips.blogspot.com ...Read more
No nausea no crampin in 5 weeks of pregnancy but I have sore breast and feel hungry alot.... I have pcos should I be worried?
Eat frequent: Frequent small meals are the best. Make sure to have some fat and protein if you can.... even if you're craving carbs. The carbs bring that blood sugar up and then down quickly and that can cause both nausea and hunger pains. Peanut butter is a good snack on your favorite cracker/bread, etc. Ginger-flavored items can help with nausea. Nuts are good, cheese sticks, yogurt, cottage cheese ...Read more
Pregnancy complicati: Hormonal changes, thryoid disease, heat problems can cause those symptoms you mentioned. Talked to your obgyn about it. ...Read more
Feeling cold all the time during early pregnancy. Warms up quickly when eating a meal. Then back to cold again after eating. Is this normal?
I'm very early in my pregnancy and cannot stop eating, is this normal? I am literally hungry day and night! I get up many time during sleep to eat!!
It is normal.: Congrats! It is normal to want to eat everything when your pregnant. Usually this comes in waves as there will be periods during your pregnancy when your appetite will be low. Be careful. Depending on your weight now, you don't want to gain more than about 30 pounds. It is okay to eat...just eat healthy foods. Fruits and veggies, not ice-cream and cake. LOL. Enjoy!! ...Read more
I've ate 1 meal since friday. It's now tuesday. I don't feel hungry , but I have extreme hunger pains. I can't bring myself to eat. Why might that be?
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