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The last two days I've been wanting oranges, cheeses, milk and bismark doughnuts. They are the only things I can eat without feeling nauseated afterwards. I'm only 5+3.
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4268628 tn?1375044776
It changed for me.  Back then it was bacon and BBQ for me. It is now at 18 weeks bread and milk. Been here at this point for almost a month.
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With my daughter it was pasta and steak at first then later taco bell.
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I am almost 17 weeks and salads are my go to thing they just taste so good right now.  I think I am on a fresh food kick.
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4738473 tn?1360039398
Im 9w and have only wanted fruit and bread. I can only hope i dont end up with gestational diabeties cause those 2 arent very good for the sugar.
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4738473 tn?1360039398
I have to ask you, i have been told craving meats means you are haven a boy, Is that acurate for you?
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It is for me. I crave chicken and all kinds of things with meat in it, and I am having a boy.
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4268628 tn?1375044776
I wanted bacon.... And I am having a girl.
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