I'm just wondering if this is normal or if this is my response to the dr. telling me I'm gaining to much weight. I'm not really hungry much anymore. I dont crave the things I use to crave and I cant eat as much as I did before. This normal?
Also, I can feel my pelvis stretching and it HUUUUURRTS! Is this around the time when then start to open?
yes your bones are going to begin to prepare for the fun of labor, but i remember my appetite came in waves, i would be eating everything in sight one week, then the next i would feel fat and bloated, and not be hungary, so it happins,
I dont want to eat anymore either.. and when i do.. its very little due to the baby getting bigger and bigger.. i will admit though..there are times when i wake up late at night.. and have ice cream.. or peanuts.. or a banana.. or yogurt..or cheese.. or.. well.. you get the idea.. but.. during the day.. i have no appetite..lol
I am 32 weeks and most of the time have to eat very small meals. She feels like she is all the way up in my rib cage, and pushing on my stomach. Also I'll think I have to go to the bathroom and then she moves and the sensation subsides. Guess it's just the pressure.
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