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Yea things have been tasting different to me lately too. I will have a craving for something but when I eat it, it doesnt taste the way I want it or how it did before so its not satisfying...if that makes sense lol But today I finally made something that tasted good to me yay!
After TTC for 3 years with PCOS I finally got my BFP and Kaiden Leroy was born 12/26/2013 weighing 7 pounds 4 ounces and 21 inches long
December 3rd 2014 !! Baby #2 due August 2015!!!
I haven't had any issues with food tasting different, I just can't imagine eating most things. In my mind I know it will make me sick so I avoid it. Or it smells bad/strong and that turns me off. I'm trying to eat food that won't taste awful/feel awful coming back up.
I am the same way, all food sounds so yucky right now...I don't feel like grocery shopping or cooking either. But, I am so HUNGRY all the time. How strange that God would have us be so incredibly hungry and yet food is so distasteful! I worry that I'm not eating enough because everything is so gross!
I haven't had any strong aversions or cravings. There have been some times when I thought about eating one thing, and definitely decided I did not want to eat it, but it wasn't like it made me sick thinking about it.
I had been drinking a glass of whole milk every day while doing fertility treatment and shortly after the pregnancy, I just didn't want it anymore. I'm worried about getting enough dairy though. Eating yogurt and some string cheese, but that's it.