So I just found out like 4 days ago that I'm 6
Weeks pregnant. Ive had all the common symptoms of early pregnancy until 2 days ago when I began to notice that I would get hungry about every 5-6 hours. But its not that regular feeling oh I'm hungry I can control it. Its more like I have to eat now if I don't I will puke. Is this normal? Please tell me I'm not the only one?
Hormonal changes during pregnancy can enhance your hunger. Not getting enough good nutrients leading to a digestive imbalance, poor absorption of nutrients can all make you feel more hungry. Worm infestation, hormonal imbalances, diabetes melltus, peptic ulcer are few other conditions which can lead to a constant feeling of hunger. Consult a doctor. Rule out pregnancy, worm infestation. Take a nutritious diet and indulge in exercise. Do keep us posted.
Take care and best luck!
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