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Chinese Food Cravings!

I am only 12 Weeks pregnant with my 2nd child now. I have a two year old Daughter...with her I craved fried pickles like all the time! and PIZZA! This pregnancy, i can barely keep ANYTHING down. I have had all day morning sickness starting at about 8 weeks til present. Random things make me puke, (ultra greasy foods, pizza :( fruit in the mornings, cereal... you name it, its coming up!) OTHER than chinese food! I can't get enough of it! its the only thing my mind and tummy ever crave... any other mommies out there have this craving?? I'm really wanting a baby boy this go round!
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5143780 tn?1370557931
Yes! I love Chinese food and it was even better when I was pregnant! That was the first thing I ordered when I got home from the hospital :) I had a baby girl though, but also craved salty things a lot too. Good luck!!
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Yes chinese has been my fav lately also. Im 20 weeks but I can't get enough either!!
5467005 tn?1399922608
If it stays down then eat it.  I'm sure later on in the pregnancy it will ease up.  Mine was completely different also.  My son there was certain food smells that would make sick...with my daughter it was everything I smelled and ate that made me sick.
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Oh my I've found that Chinese is the only food that I can think about without feeling nauseous,eat without feeling nauseous,and when I'm done I feel full and satisfied and i don't feel nauseous!!i love it and wish I could eat it everyday all day!lol I'm 11+2:)
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