What kind of cravings did you have when you were pregnant?
I've heard of cravings for pickles, fried wontons, and even chewing on pieces of rubber.
With my first child I didn't really crave anything but I did have a sudden aversion to chicken. The very thought of it made me nauseated. With my second child, I craved salads and avocados. Weird since my in-laws owned an avocado ranch at the time.
Spicy foods with my first pregnancy, mostly hot sausages that are super bad for you and come in pre packaged plastic in the gas station. With my second it was pizza, which I actually have disliked any other time. My third was a bit weird. I craved raw food. Things like raw ground beef and raw bacon. Both horrible for me but everytime I got near either I had a strong urge to eat it. Oddly enough with my third pregnancy almost everything else made me want to throw up but for some reason raw food didn't.
I craved oranges for both pregnancies. I couldn't eat enough of them! With my second pregnancy I couldn't eat chicken. It took quite awhile after he was born before I could eat chicken again.
At the beginning of my pregnancy I loved to eat grapes, especially the kind of sour ones. Anything fresh and raw would be the ultimate snack for me.Later on I hated spaghetti and for the first time I craved eggs (I usually don't eat eggs. My husband will prepare an eggs and bacon breakfast every Sunday!!
My cravings during pregnancy was nestle fresh cream I couldn't have enough of it and spicy vegetable dishes.
by Paula3 years ago
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by sandra rinck7 years ago
I am just curious to know how different 1 preg. can be from the next.
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