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    Craving sweet thing and sour things and im having a girl
    Mostly eucalyptus drops...i was addicted ! Had to stop ! Now im onto mints...there is something satisfying about a fresh mouth feeling ! ....sometimes i swallow a little toothpaste when i brush my teeth cos i need that fresh feeling lol
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    With ds I had terrible morning sickness the whole 9 months.. and all I ever wanted to eat was bananas or hot chips with lots of chicken salt. Pre preg weight 52kg, lost 5 in the first ttimester, gained 20 overall.

    With dd I had terrible morning sickness only for the first 11 weeks. Couldnt eat much in that time, but the rest of my pregnancy I wanted custard berliners, coco pops, nutella sandwiches and chocolate! Pre preg weight 50kg, lost 4 in the first trimester. Only gained 10.


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    I was pretty mixed with jasper - mostly food aversions and not much in the way of cravings really, but probably more savoury than sweet.

    Katelyn I craved salt and beer.

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    I'm having a boy. I've craved oranges, juice of any type (mostly orange/citrus types) potatoes and salt! I've been guilty of a trip to McDonald's for hash browns maybe once a week.

    Been completely off chocolate which is totally unlike me.

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    And proper burger shop burgers. And Tabouleh.

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    Following up from my previous post, with this preg being very different from the last which was a boy... I am having a ... Boy. So no conclusions about cravings here!

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    I craved salty foods when pregnant with dd. I ate spreadable pickles on everything, sundried tomato and feta cheese and salt and vinegar chips. My tongue was cut to shreds from all the saltiness lol. I haven't really had many cravings this time but if I see or think of something I need it asap. Saw a picture of lemonade, couldn't stop thinking about it til I got me some. We aren't finding out the sex.

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    With DD I craved salty, sour, chilli and pickled foods.

    With DS I am craving chocolate, I've cream, cake... Anything sweet!

    I'm the total opposite to the typical old wives tales 😄

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    Ds1 - salt and vinegar chips, maccas, spicy food.
    Ds2 - salt and vinegar chips, dim sims with lots of tomato sauce (everyday), maccas, soy sauce.
    Dd - oranges, potatoes with butter, pepper, spicy food, sweets, tamarillos.

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    DS1: cakes, biscuits, sala, cheeseburgers.
    DS2: donuts, cake, lollies, chocolate and meat .
    #3 unsure for another 2 weeks: salty, savory and sour lollies!


 

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