so i'm 13w preggo with my first baby. i thought as you entered into the second trimester you were suppose to begin feeling normal again.. which i have but i'm actually eating less than i was in the first tri. i feel super hungry, & then when i go to eat i eat a few bites & feel STUFFED. ive already lost about 4 lbs in this pregnancy & i'm worried i'm not getting enough nutrition for my growing baby :( . but i can never really eat much.. i only eat maybe 2 meals a day. is this normal? will my baby be ok? i have
Girl for My first six months i had pure naseau all day i felt sick anything i would eat i would throw it back after My 6months i started to Gain weight and had less naseau till now i get naseau around the day and im 38weeks prego so as longest u drink your vitamins n drink alot of water youre straight not unless your anemic
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