I'm happy you asked this because I'm the same way! I still ready but it feels forced most of the time... And anything else I get heartburn just thinking about. Is baby okay that I don't eat all the calories I'm supposed to?
I stopped feeling so sick to my stomach when i was about 18 weeks but i still havent gotten my appetite back, i look at food and it just looks nasty, even my favorite food, bout the only thing i can look at with out thinking it looks disgusting is pizza, i love pizza now lol. But the food aversion has stuck with me, i just never seem to be hungry or anything now, if i dont make myself eat, i prolly wouldnt eat.
yes your baby a be fine your body will take what it needs from you and give to the baby.i dint eat for a good 4mons and my baby came out 8pounds 9oz.your last few mons you should start eating like crazy lol.good luck to u all.
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