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    is a sudden hunger a sign a pregnancy?
    Heishi posted:
    A friend of mine is about 6 months along now and told me one of her first signs of pregnancy was hungry. She says she eats 3 meals a day but was still hungry not long after. I've been feeling the same way the past week and a half or so. I've also been feeling some weirdness in my stomach area, but to me it doesn't feel like pain. I don't know how to describe it. My cycle isn't suppose to start until this Sunday (April 21). My doc's an army quack, so I wanted to ask another source. I need advice.
    Heishi responded:
    my menstrual cycle hasn't started yet, and now I'm starting to feel some odd pains in my stomach area ever so often. been snacking a lot lately and feeling hungry at times I normally don't eat at. I've taken 2 pregnancy test, and both were negative. is that normal?

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