7267244 tn?1389705315

satisfaction problem

I am about 8wks and having a problem satisfying my thirst and appitite. I feel like im eating constantly and at the same time feel like im drinking like a fish. No matter how much I eat or drink im having a problem hetying my body/appetite feeling full/satisfied.  Is there something I can do or eat to help get that satisfaction?
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8765505 tn?1399764936
I drank two five ltr bottles of water in the space of three days... and this am I drank a ltr of orange juice (IVE ALWAYS BEEN A SODA ONLY GIRL!)
just try drink and eat healthy stuff and you'll be ok..your body obviously needs it..

just reading this makes me want juice lol..
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That's pretty normal. You're body thinks, "I'm making a baby, I must store everything I can get in case I run out". It's not logical thinking to know you can just go to the store, we're not running out! So, drink more than eat, between the two. Soooooo much water. And avoid salty foods, they make you more thirsty. Also eat more fruit and veggies, you may feel more satisfied. But really, it's pretty normal and might not change for a couple months. :)
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7267244 tn?1389705315
I've been craving strawberries and bananas in any form like crazy and ice tea too. Cant get enough of any of them. The junk food hasnt really been a problem this time.
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