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    Feeling Full @ 18 weeks
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    mzlambert posted:
    I have been feeling really full all day but my appetite is normal. I am currently 18 wks +6 days - what does this mean?
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    kdcollins1107 responded:
    I am only 11 weeks and I feel full all the time I thought it was just me so its nice to know I'm not alone.
     
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    Robert O Atlas, MD responded:
    In all likelihood, you are experiencing normal symptoms of pregnancy. Feeling full can be a normal feeling. If you are eating regularly, then this is completely normal.

    You probably will feel better soon. I would suggest you meet and talk with your physician on your next visit.


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