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Trouble eating at 35 weeks

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hi iam 35 weeks pregernt ive had a virus a week ago iam struggleing to eat i feel sick and been sick i dont know what to do ive tried eating small meals i am just not enjoyng food help. kelly


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replied December 6th, 2010
Pregnancy Answer A17596
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
If you are not able to eat, then it is not a good sign. Visit your gynecologist/obstetrician, and get treated for the infection. You should be able to eat well. Usually at 35-36 weeks it is hard to have food since the uterus presses on the stomach and diaphragm. You will feel better after crossing 36 weeks.
Take care.



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