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    Default 7weeks so bloated and can't stop eating!!!

    Hello all m2b
    I am 7 weeks with my first and seem to be really bloated my clothes are getting tighter already is this normal?
    I am also hungry all the time I fell like i am never full which is not helping with the tight clothes issue
    Please tell me I'm not the only one eating for a family of 10 and this is some what normal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonbon21 View Post
    Hello all m2b
    I am 7 weeks with my first and seem to be really bloated my clothes are getting tighter already is this normal?
    I am also hungry all the time I fell like i am never full which is not helping with the tight clothes issue
    Please tell me I'm not the only one eating for a family of 10 and this is some what normal
    Completely normal - at least it was for my friends and I. The hunger seems to peak at 10 - 15 weeks but then it tapered off and I only crave healthy fresh food now and much much less than I originally did. I only eat about 6 times a day now rather than constantly hahaha

    Just think about how much energy your body is putting into creating that little bundle and it makes sense that you would be hungry. Go with it and enjoy it!

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    When I saw my GP at about 5 weeks he asked if my pants were still fitting He said it's amazing how quickly some women see a change around their middle. My body balance instructor at the gym said the only thing she remembered was sore boobs and "no waist", right from the beginning. For me it happened later (at 7 weeks I was super nauseous and not eating much), but seems pretty normal! Be kind to yourself, main thing is you & bub are healthy

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    I was ridiculously hungry throughout my pregnancies. I swear I was eating for 10 not 2.

    The 3rd trimester though I couldn't eat big amounts so I think that's why I was always hungry then.

    The strange thing is I was massive with my 2nd but on the scales I only put on 9 kg.


 

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