Hey all! i guess i cant give my story before i most my question being that it should help. I have an irregular period, it sometimes come every 25 days every 28, every 31 (hasnt done so in a while) a few times it been every 34! but usually its every 28. so i have no idea how far along i am, i have and appt tuesday so i guess ill know then. my last AF was june 10th, it was 28 days apart from last AF, i took a home PT on July 9th at day 30 and it was positive yah! so i was under the assumption i am about 4 weeks gestational, but i have been feeling excessively hungry and peeing alot mostly in the nite, is it too early for those signs? if so i may be further than i think. no matter what i eat or how much, am always hungry! Can someone explain why this is and how to make it go away or even ease up a bit, any tricks under the sleeve maybe?! :)
Are you drinking plenty (a lot) of water? Sometimes dehydration can mask hunger. Make sure you are getting enough and also taking your vitamins. Eat complex carbs rather than simple carbs-they stick with you longer.
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