Ok so I'm 19 weeks pregnant and I guess to everyone I need to eat more but I always eat till I get full I get snacks And I feel fine the only time I don't eat much is at dinner cuz I get sick am I fine or should I be stuffing my face?
Im 17wks and I hardly eat anything. I eat 3-4 rich tea biscuits for breakfast, few dry crackers and crisps for lunch and a tin of soup for dinner. I still feel sick all the time and im on anti-sickness meds. Ive been told that you only need to increase your calorie intake in your third trimester by 200-300 a day. Hope ive helped, if in doubt look it up on the internet or ask your doctor. Good luck.
Everyone always tells me that too. But you shouldn't overfill or over stuff on food. Your body knows when you're full and it knows when you're hungry. So eat until your full and tell everyone to leave you alone. :D
Im the same way. I dont evem eat any more than I did before I got pregnant. I just eat healthier foods instead of junk foods and drink alooot of water. But my doctor got on to me becausr ive lost five pounds since ive been pregnant and im 19 weeks but I think its becausr I went from junk foods and mountain dew all day to eating fruits and veggies and strictly water. But as long as you body is telling you your satisfied from food then your fine.
My doctor said the same to be as ive lost 7lbs and im 19wks and was a little worried but cant help it when I feel sick all the time its not like I dont eat, just differently. Im a size 16 so not that much of a concern. Good luck.
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