Is it normal to be 21 weeks pregnant and have no appetite?
Absolutely. Your hormones are changing. I'm not sure how long i'd let it go on before having it looked at though. 5 months pregnant you should be more hungry then not. Just keep an eye out for it.
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Is it normal to be 21 weeks pregnant with your fourth child and have only felt the odd flutter of movement?
Answer . Pretty much anything can be considered normal in pregnacy. Every pregnancy is different. If you are having concerns, talk to your doctor, but if you have felt so…me movement, I'm sure everything is fine. Even if you have felt nothing, it's a little on the early side anyway. You are probably just pregnant with an inactive baby, for now. Talk with your doctor if you need more assurance.. Answer . \nhi, i am also 21 weeks pregnant wth my third baby. i have only felt very slight flutters, hardly noticeable. i also felt this to be odd wih my third as my other two were very actice babies and now children. I try to think that at least there is movement however slight and look on the bright side, we could be having lovely calm babies who will sleep at night (some hope) !! dont worry, there will be nothing wrong, but if you need reassurance just pop to the midwife who will happily let you hear the heart beat. good luck.
Answer . \nI was pregnant with my 3rd child and had complete appetite loss for the last 3 months of pregnancy. I was never hungry and got full so quick. She was born perf…ectly fine and healthy although when I sit down to eat, I couldn't finish a regular size meal. She weighed 6 lbs 3 oz when born 12 days early by repeat c-section. I since have had another little girl and I was always hungry with her. I ate all the time, and gained the most weight of all 4 pregnancies that I have had. She was the smallest baby I had at 6lbs 1 oz.
Answer . Since most doctors calculate based on how many weeks along you are starting from your Last Known Mental Period (LMP), it can be confusing converting weeks into mon…ths. . So here's a basic rundown:. Normal pregnancy lasts 280 days from your LMP (or, 40 weeks), or roughly 266 days from conception (which happens AFTER the LMP) to birth (or, 38 weeks). . Here is a simple breakdown of weeks to months to help keep you on track:. Weeks 1-4 - Month One (First Trimester). Weeks 5-8 - Month Two (First Trimester). Weeks 9-13 Month Three (First Trimester). Weeks 14-17 Month Four (Second Trimester). Weeks 18-21 Month Five (Second Trimester). Weeks 22-26 Month Six (Second Trimester). Weeks 27-30 Month Seven (Third Trimester). Weeks 31-35 Month Eight (Third Trimester). Weeks 36-40+ Month Nine (Third Trimester)
Yes, this is very normal. The expression "eating for two" is a myth, and you should eat a normal, well balanced diet with only about 300 additional calories per day than you w…ould consume if you were not pregnant. You may, however, experience appetite ups and downs; some days you may feel more hungry than others, while other days you may not feel as hungry as usual. This is normal, and varies from one woman to another. But if you go for a long period with no appetite, then you need to consult your doctor.
Answer . I had similar pains. It is most likely ligaments stretching as you grow bigger and that creates some pain with some women. But it is always best to get these thing…s checked out by your midwife or doctor.
Yes. Some women have no appetite for the entirety of their pregnancy. It all depends on the individual.
During the first trimester, it is usually normal.
5 months 1 week. 21 weeks divided by 4 weeks in a month = 5.25 months
2o weeks is 5 months!! So you are a little over 5 months!
Probably a yeast infection
if you are 21 weeks pregnant when was conception?
Yes, it is. It's because the baby is taking up more and more space in your uterus and this pushes the stomach upwards, squashing it and making less room in it for food
It is common to have a small bump, because at two months the uterus will start to expand as your little embryo grows. However, some women do not yet get their bump, but that… is normal as well, as everyone's body is different. Im almost 8 weeks and my bump is noticable to my family and friends but not strangers. But the only reason they can see it is because they know how small and my stomach use to be flat. Everyone is different but its usually around 10-12 weeks before you get a noticeable bump to everyone else and it still may not be that big.