I remember the joy of seeing those two pink lines show up on my pregnancy test, the first conclusive evidence that I was having a baby!!…but then, a few days later, being extremely concerned that I didn’t feel especially “different,” considering I was growing a brand-new human being inside my body! But I had no reason to worry—by week six, I was puking and gagging like any other typical pregnant woman.
Tagged: morning sickness
By Rita Brhel
We like to joke about pregnant women and their food cravings. Ice cream and pickles. Sending hubby to get an order of fries at 2 a.m. But it’s no joke for a pregnant woman who eats gluten-free for medical reasons and suddenly, desperately, craves food that contains gluten. (When I was pregnant, I craved beer!)
Complicating matters is the usual nausea, heartburn, and constipation that come with pregnancy. When you’re struck with first trimester sickness, any food that sounds good at the time is one that you can probably keep down. And often those foods contain gluten. Read more →
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