I had a massive aversion to eggs during early pregnancy. It was actually one of the first things I went off. And I love eggs normally. Can't quite remember when but I did eventually get to a point where I could eat them but only fried or poached. It's only in recent weeks I can tolerate them scrambled or in an omelette. I'm 37+3 now.
I also went off egg, which was highly irritating as I usually eat omelette a fair bit. I'm 27 weeks now and I started eating omelette again last week without it making me ill. Hopefully it won't last too long for you!
I felt sick at the thought of eggs in my first pregnancy. My love for them never came back sadly, but I could tolerate them after I gave birth. Now pregnant again and physically sick at the thought of them. I really shouldn't have opened this thread...
I'm 9 weeks and I've just gone off eggs. I tried to eat poached eggs this morning, and had to throw them in the bin as I couldn't stand the smell. I'm a vegetarian too, so I sympathise. Hoping it doesn't last long, as eggs are a staple for me.
I've started to take an iron supplement (just in case). I'm a lifelong vegetarian so I'm usually okay with food choices. But thinking I might have to up my tofu and beans to make up for the egg aversion.
yep ... that's me. Chocolate has made me want to heave since week 5 even just looking at it. Can pretty much cope with little bits of dark chocolate in things like cereal bars now but it was no fun for ages.