I had d & c on Mon the 8 th. Should I still be having carvings after I lost my baby or am I using it as excuse for eating away my sorrow???? I still crave the thing as I did while pregnant but not as bad...
I had the same thing..craved salty foods and mcdonalds fries. It will go away, hopefully. Mine cravings did after a few weeks. Sorry toread about your d and c. I had one in April. Very heartbreaking but things will get better:)
My DH and I wanted this baby so much. We are not giving up hope and want to get positive asap. I just don't want to be a blimp before it happens. I too crave McDonald's ff but I try to fry my own in evoo. My second son I craved ff also. What's up with that??? Thank you for your response. I love this site it makes me feel so not alone....
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