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I eat non-stop

(7 Posts)
Tea1Sugar Mon 24-Mar-14 15:26:03

Seriously I am permanently hungry. And hungry for shit too which makes it so much worse! 36w tomorrow and I've had to restrain myself from eating a whole Lindt Easter egg. Where is my self-control?!

Kri5ty Mon 24-Mar-14 16:27:32

I've been like that the whole way through! Hey, if my body wants it, who am i to refuse ;)

beckiebee04 Tue 25-Mar-14 11:07:14

I are my way through a multipack bag of crisps yday ... Disgusting lol

Monkeybrain10 Wed 26-Mar-14 21:15:12

I have been the same...first trimester spent eating all day and night due to nausea and since then i have no will power at all! I have spent my life eating healthily but that has gone out the window with pregnancy! My friends have reassured me that it is normal and that my usual eating habits will return once baby is born! So i say..don't worry and enjoy the Easter egg! :-D

ReluctantCamper Wed 26-Mar-14 21:17:02

I am 16 weeks pregnant. today i bought chocolates for my mum for mothers day....and ate them. i simply cannot be trusted around food. help me. <eats laptop>

notaflamingclue Thu 27-Mar-14 08:51:22

I was like this during my first pg. Literally could've eaten from morning to night, right from before I realised I was pg.
I'm now 6+2 with DC2 and....nothing. Don't feel pg at all. No hunger, no tiredness, no weepiness, no nausea. Starting to hope I get some symptoms soon...

Missingcaffeine Thu 27-Mar-14 09:06:18

I am only 14 weeks and exactly the same. Normally really healthy, and now can't stop eating, and craving unhealthy things. The only way I can control it is to not allow any junk food into the house - but today I am disappointed when I look in the cupboards and fridge. Nothing looks as appealing as the junk food I am dreaming of.
I think in the last trimester, you are supposed to feel hungry and eat a bit more. I wouldn't worry at this stage or feel guilty. Lindt is so yummy and moorish - you can't be blamed.

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