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Old 10-28-09, 02:52 PM
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Question Why is my appetite off the charts still??

Ok....so if they confirmed that I miscarried, why am I still eating like a pregnant woman?? Ive got this extra weight to lose again now and my appetite is out of control, anyone know whats going on!? Last time I had no appetite for weeks....
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Old 10-28-09, 04:03 PM
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When I lost my first I still wanted to eat everything, even had to go to the store for Cheescake craving! In my case I think I was wanting to eat for emotional reasons adn believe me I did. It seems some pregnancy symptoms stay a little longer than wanted.
I just spoke to a friend of mine and she miscarried for the second time this past week and she said she still has morning sickness everyday. I am sure it will get better just give it time and make sure you allow yourself to feel the emotions that you will be going through.
 
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It takes awhile for your hormones to get back to normal. It could be partially because of that. I know my hairdresser noticed that my hair had fallen out (not all of it but a lot at once) like a person who had given birth and was growing back in. I think they reran the pregnancy beta levels 2 weeks after the d&c.
I also think it's emotional too.
I'm sorry you're going through this.
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With my last m/c, my morning sickness lasted for about 2 weeks AFTER the D&C. The dr said it is because your hormones are wacked out. They thought you were pregnant and now your not and they are changing so much that you just have to let your body catch up so to speak. So sorry you have to go through this
 
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Thanks you guys, you're all so great. I'm glad you gave me all that info because I was getting morning sickness-y yesterday and was like uhhhhhh whats going on?? I'm doing alright, and definately dealing better since this is the second time, even though it still hurts. I feel like I ve accomplished absolutely nothing at work this week but ohhh well. Its good to have all of your wonderful info and I hope I'll be in here again...and for 9 instead of 1 month!! Thank you ladies, youre truely wonderful and I wish you the best:-)
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