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When did my appetite go down in pregnancy?

When did my appetite go down in pregnancy?

Discussion in ‘ Pregnancy – Second Trimester ‘ started by Gemini85, Dec 8, 2011 . Ive noticed probably for the last week, that my appetite has gone down hill.

Is it normal to not have an appetite at 15 weeks?

My pregnancy counsellor mentioned this as normal- baby is growing and as s/he grows, it makes less and less room for your stomach. so you will actually find yourself eating less larger meals and more smaller snacky sized meals throughout your pregnancy from here on out.

What are the symptoms of loss of appetite?

If left untreated, your decreased appetite can also be accompanied with more severe symptoms, such as: extreme fatigue. weight loss. a rapid heart rate. fever. irritability. a general ill feeling, or malaise.

What to do if you have a lack of appetite?

To help handle your lack of appetite, you might consider focusing on eating just one large meal per day, with light snacks in between. Eating frequent small meals can also be helpful, and these are usually easier on the stomach than large meals. Light exercise may also help increase appetite.

When to worry about weight loss and no appetite?

When to Worry. A common illness such as a cold, sore throat or the flu can cause a temporary loss of both appetite and pounds. Whatever the cause, the time to be concerned about unexpected weight loss is when you unintentionally drop 10 lbs. or more, or if you lose 5 percent or more of your overall body weight.

Is it bad to have no appetite for a few days?

Whether you or someone you love has no appetite, a lack of interest in food and weight loss can be scary. But don’t ignore the issue if it lasts more than a few days. It might not be a big deal, yet it also might be a sign of an underlying condition that needs treatment.

What causes loss of appetite and weight loss?

Anemia: Anemia occurs when there is an abnormally low level of blood cells. Loss of appetite and weight loss can both be signs of anemia, especially if these symptoms are combined with fatigue. 2 Cancer: Appetite loss is common among individuals with cancer.

What can I do about my loss of appetite?

Tests can help identify the root cause of your loss of appetite. When loss of appetite is part of a more serious illness, good nutrition and maintaining a healthy weight may be very important to healing.