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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Week 6

Minggu ke-6
Masih rasa biasa biasa.
23hb ada appoinment doktor (special entry).
Masa minggu ke6 ni ada sorang lagi mamat kat ofis tanya aku pregnant ke.
Ter agak agak nak jawab.
Entah cemna dia tahu plak. Nanti heboh la tu. Mencik betul.
Baby, again, ibu minta maaf tau. Bukan ibu nak sorok2, tapi ibu tak mahu heboh2 lagi.
Takpe, lepas ni bila ada orang tanya ibu, ibu akan jawab
"InsyaAllah... please pray for me"
Ha...okay kan jawapan tu :)

Weekend minggu ni agak lemau.
2 hari cuti, 2 hari la berkurung dalam rumah.
Tido. Tido dan tido.
Pastu asyik la nak meludah je kerja nya.
Pastu beli lah vitamin baru - Blackmores.
Dah makan rasa macam sakit pinggang plak. Eh. Takut lah nak makan.

Pening takde.
Tapi, pagi pagi, mmg dah tak boleh nak baca Quran dah.
Duk nak meludah je.

Oh. Ada sore breast jugak minggu ni.
Minggu ni juga menyaksikan selera ku makin merudum.
Tahu la rasanya cemna bila kita nak makan, tapi takde rasa nak makan.
Dulu, aku pernah rasa camni. Masa tu demam truk. Kat uitm. Siap kena minta air jampi masa tu. Seksa nya.
Tapi, sekarang, demi baby, ku gagahi juga lah.

Terbayang pasal makanan pun rasa tak lalu.
Takde apa yg aku rasa aku nak makan.
But luckily, aku tak muntah. Itu je nasib baik.
Tapi, 2 hari before masuk week 7, muntah belahak jugak.
Malam tu makan bihun tomyam. Lps tu tak abis. Makan plak epal. Lepas makan epal, makan setongkol jagung rebus.
Nak tido tu gi gosok gigi dulu. Lps tu terus muntah belahak kuar jagung apa seme. Haha.
Tapi, takde la rasa apa ke. Just rasa, eh apahal ni.. kena muntah ni..
Ingat muntah sket je. Rupanya mmg muntah banyak. Habis setongkol jagung gaknya.

Last day before masuk week 7, teringin sambal bilis petai dgn kari ikan.
Nampak kat IG orang. Nampak begitu lazat skali. Sbb biasanya tgk makanan mmg rasa urgh, tak lalu. Tapi, tgk sambal bilis tu napak lazatnya. "Gu" plak dgn kari ikan. Memang mabeles. Tik tik menitik ailiyo.

Jadi, minta myDH call mak dia (mamentua) suh masakkan tu.
Jadi, terbuka lah rahsia semua. Huhuhu.
Tapi, mmg weols perlukan doa dari mak pun. Mak sendiri dah lama tahu sedari buat IUI tu ari. Mak mentua baru tahu.
Terus rasa terharu. Ni seme lah akan tahu ni nanti. While my siblings pun belum tahu lagi ni.
Takpe, after scan Jumaat ni buleh gitau lah.

Baby, baby kena muncul tau.
Ramai tau tunggu baby.. Derang seme tak sabar nak tunggu baby....

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Causes of Appetite Loss
Nausea or morning sickness, vomiting, and loss of appetite during the first trimester are common symptoms most pregnant women experience. These are normal symptoms of early pregnancy and there is no reason to worry. Sometimes the symptoms extend beyond the first trimester, but they are usually temporary. However, if these are prolonged, dehydration and nutritional deficiency may occur, in which case medical consultation must be sought.

Nausea
The main reason that you may be losing appetite during the early part of your pregnancy is nausea. The feeling of being nauseated reduces your desire to eat. Nausea and vomiting are often referred to as "morning sickness", because they usually occur in the early part of the day, although some women may continue to have this feeling throughout the day and night.

Obstetricians say that these normal symptoms usually begin at the sixth week of pregnancy and end by the twelfth week, but for some women this may last during her whole pregnancy period. If vomiting is severe it can lead to dehydration, and if prolonged it can lead to nutritional deficiencies that will not be good for either the mother or the baby. Medical consultation must be sought.

Hormonal Changes
During pregnancy the body adapts to the presence of the fetus in the uterus in order to support its growth and development. Progesterone, a female hormone, increases to cause thickening of the uterine lining, an adaptation to accommodate the baby. However, one side effect of increased progesterone is the slowing down of the digestive system, which can result in a decrease in your appetite.

Constipation
Many women become constipated during pregnancy. This may be caused by the increase in progesterone levels and by the supplemental iron intake given by many obstetricians to pregnant women. When you are constipated you may pass hard stools or have difficulty defecating. This may lead to appetite loss. Constipation may also continue into the later part of pregnancy when the enlarging baby in the uterus presses on the bowels, making bowel movements difficult. This can make you feel full, thereby inhibiting your appetite.

Growing Baby
Some women also experience appetite loss during the late stages of pregnancy. As your baby grows, your uterus presses on the stomach, making you feel less hungry. You may also feel fuller, making eating difficult.

Stress
Stress during any stage of your pregnancy may cause appetite loss and be associated with other symptoms, such as mood changes and tiredness.

How to Overcome Appetite Loss during Early Pregnancy
Most of these symptoms are normal and temporary. To overcome your loss of appetite and maintain good nutritional status you may try these:

-Do not force yourself to eat; especially not in the morning.
-Eat smaller meals.
-Eat small amounts of food, but eat frequently throughout the day.
-Avoid fatty foods and foods that are difficult to digest.
-Eat fiber-rich foods such as fruits and vegetables to prevent constipation and maintain good health.
-Try eating a BRAT diet, which includes Bananas, Rice, Applesauce and Toast.
-Avoid foods with strong odor or taste such as spicy foods, fish or eggs, because these can trigger nausea.
-Avoid stress and fatigue.
-Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration.
-Some women avoid morning sickness by eating soda crackers right before getting out of bed.
-Sniffing a lemon or sucking on some sour candy can help relieve nausea.
-Some women recommend drinking ginger tea or ginger ale to reduce their symptoms.

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