Hey this is my first pregnancy and im going on 9 wks. I have been doing this thing where one week i can eat anything then the next i don't want nothing. Everyone is saying you are eating for 2 but if im not hungry what should i do?
You will be fine, your body knows what it needs and even if you are not getting what you need the baby will take what it needs from you. I have days where the thought of food makes me sick then I have days when I feel like I eat all day long! It is all normal part of being pregnant!!!!
Jenn 35 yrs old, husband 31 yrs old; 1 Son Jaidyn 8 years old; due 1/7/2012
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Report This| Share this:1ST PREGNANCY AND IM GOING ON 9 WEEKSYou will be fine, your body knows what it needs and even if you are not getting what you need the baby will take what it needs from you. I have days where the thought of food makes me sick then I have days when I feel like I eat all day long! It is all normal part of being pregnant!!!!
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