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    Is this normal during pregnancy?
    burnsj136 posted:
    I'm 5 weeks pregnant and have lost 8 lbs in two weeks. I'm not nausious or vomiting. I feel really full when I eat and can not eat but a little food at one time. Is this normal?
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yep, normal. Even though you don't feel nauseous and are not vomiting, your hormones are affecting your appetite. Don't worry, your baby will take what nutrients it needs from you and will be fine.
    Sarah McMoyler, RN responded:
    While I agree that the growing fetus will utilize nutrients as the pregnancy progresses - I would keep a careful watch on your weight gain/weight loss. If you see a continuing trend towards significant loss or gain - wit would be prudent to check in with your OB/Midwife to be sure that all is on track.

    My very best,

    Sarah McMoyler RN

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