I am 10w2d pregnant.. I had terrible "morning sickness" all day/night from 2w-8w . Couldnt stand smells.. Couldnt hold anything down, ended up going to the hospital to get dehydrated through IV so i would feel better. It finally eased up and now i can eat and everything but im still losing weight. My baby bump is growing (a lot bigger than my first pregnancy at this time) but i lost about 15 lbs so far. I dont wanna lose anymore weight.... Any advice how to gaon it back and if i should do anyrhing bout losing that much during my pregnancy? ((sorry if i rambled im a little tired i work overnight as a cna lol))
U ll be just fine some women lose weight instead of gaining some pregnancy r different for me having three i pretty much had an iv for dehydration with the first one but i would lose 30-40lbs with all my pregnancies find some foods that r soothing for u n drink plenty of fluids
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