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Cravings and foods you've gone off since pregnancy

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Newmum0113 Tue 18-Jun-13 08:39:15

So...I was curious if anyone else has had to stop eating/drinking something since being pregnant.

I have gone off coffee - normally drink 5-7 cups a day. Now only one or two a week!

First trimester saw mean avoiding bacon like the plague. DH is cooking for the guests (we run a b&b) and I'm dying for a bacon sarnie. Hopefully I can eat it now he's made it specially for me!


Fresh orange juice - not from concentrate!
Walkers prawn cocktail crisps
And the newest addition is mint choc chip ice creams like cornetto or feast.

Anyone else?

MakeGlutenFreeHay Tue 18-Jun-13 18:36:51

Chickpea - snap!

babyhmummy01 Tue 18-Jun-13 18:46:57

I have completely gone off chocolate and anything sweet. Before pg I was a complete addict, hoping it carries on after baby arrives so I can lose weight lol

Also gone off steak, bacon and mince.

No real cravings other than a two week period at 6 weeks where I craved McDonald's chocolate milkshake. I am dairy allergic so that one was bizarre!

HMT13 Tue 18-Jun-13 20:58:33

Totally went off tea, after drinking at least 7 cups a day. I'm 18+3 now and only just starting to have a cup of tea 1-2 times a day.
Went off salad and veg too.
Craved apples, orange juice, gherkins, cheddar cheese and wanted lots of salt on everything.The worst craving was Big Macs. Luckily this has passed now!

sleepywombat Wed 19-Jun-13 06:25:19

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

DaveMccave Wed 19-Jun-13 08:11:57

Last time I had a really huge aversion to tuna fish. I'd retch if I even glimpsed a tin in a cupboard. Went off cheese for a while too. Craved anything sweet but mostly cream cakes and cadburies creme eggs. (Which I can't stand usually).

This time I've had no aversions at all. Cravings of milk, pure orange juice and steak.

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