Hi every1 so nw my appetite strts kickn in again bt cnt a decent plate of food, only small portions at a time, if I try an force it I suffer frm heartburn, indisgestion as if the food is stuck in my throat and wts worse is my tummy feels like its gonna burst, any idea of hw to overcme the discmfrt? Every1 arnd me is enjyn steak an ribs bt I cn only eat hlf of tht an I so wana eat more
Just eat a lot of small portions. I can not eat large meals only small but I always feel hungry. You have less room in your body now so you will not be able to eat like you did before you were pregnant. Just eat multiple small healthy servings.
I njy snackin too, jus seems so much nicer to hv a wonderful meal, I cooked today, all my favourtes grilled chickn, thai rice, roast potato, sweet pumpkin, an wtchd everyone njy thmslves whle I hd like a lil plate tht I cudnt even finsh lol. As lng as my bby gttn the nourshmnt I gues il accept it an tel the cravings to negotiate wth my stomach, hehhe!
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