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What cravings and smells are different for you now?<br><br>
Everything smells intense to me now...<br>
Can't stand smell of eggs, ciggerettes, gasoline, any kind of meat/chicken.<br>
morning breath, minty toothpaste...<br><br>
LOVE the smell of the garden water hose! And my sleeping toddler!<br><br>
Cravings?<br>
I'm going after dairy like crazy ( don't like or eat when not preg)<br>
Lemons in every glass (water tastes salty)<br>
Broccoli<br>
Pickled peppers<br>
watermelon<br><br>
I'm adverse to most veggies now I normally LOVE<br>
chocolate is yuck too which makes me sad <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"><br><br>
But craving a snow cone!
 

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craving steak, salads with gorgonzola and apples and fruit.<br><br>
and i made a keylime pie yesterday because i saw the key limes at the grocery store and went nuts thinking about how good a pie would be.
 

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Yeah, smells are strong, I think the worse is yet to come in that department! After DD it took me months before I could smell cucumbers again...<br><br>
Craving lots and lots of soy sauce, butter, guacamole and Miguel's Jr. mexican food. Funny, I really craved both soy sauce and Miguel's last time, too.
 

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Oh my gosh smells are intense for me. My sister has been talking about how she has to replace the carpet in her kids room becaue their frog tank broke about a year ago and the carpet molded or something, and I never really noticed the smell until today. And just a few minutes ago my DH farted <i>in the other room</i> and I thought I was going to die it stunk so bad. I'm mostly noticing bad smells unfortunately. I'm going to have to cut some herbs and put them up in places in my house so I only smell good things from now on.<br><br>
Cravings, I'm not noticing anything thus far. Except pickles, because I'm stereotypical like that. And because they're delicious homemade pickles from a local farm.
 

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I don't get smell aversions very much. At least not that I notice. But, I am right there with you on the dairy thing. I can't get enough - and strangely it has been settling my stomach. Which is good as dairy is absolutly aweful to bring back up. Yuck.
 

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I'm pretty early and haven't really noticed too many differences yet, but the smell of coffee takes me aback each morning. It doesn't really make me sick, so it's hard to explain how I feel... but it just smells so strong and unappealing.
 

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Things that smell awful: Morning breath; cigarette breath; gas; farts (duh...); the lube Harry uses on the metal working equipment he uses - can't STAND the smell of that in pregnancy an can't even smell it when not pregnant...; other people's body odor; grease of any kind; frying foods; pee when someone forgot to flush the toilet; mold; beer breath (even when it's one beer - oh God I can't stand it...); sheets in the morning...<br><br>
Yeah, I have some bad nausea going on <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/orngbiggrin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="orange big grin"> Good sign though!<br><br>
Things that smell WONDERFUL: Springtime; cut grass; fresh air; different trees and plants, all of which I can smell individually from twenty feet away it would seem; dew; lake smells; fruit smells; toast; tea; herbs...<br><br>
So lots of nice things too - it's when I run into one of the not so nice things that trouble starts to brew...lol.<br><br>
Ah well, this will only last for a bit and then be better <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"><br><br>
*HUGE hugs* XXX
 

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Oh yeah, and anything with buffalo sauce on it is just awesome right now. Especially chicken wings <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/orngbiggrin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="orange big grin">
 

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I don't do too bad with smell aversions. I am off and on sensitive to just hearing about some foods though. I was listening to the radio the other day and there was a Taco Bell commercial describing some new burrito. I had to change the station. The thought just made me feel so yucko.<br><br>
For cravings. I am all about the fresh fruit and some veggies with hummus. Salty stuff is hitting the spot too. Like some good old bad for you potato chips or some super salty french fries. Oh, and I am so anxious for garden tomatoes.
 

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Thing that smell awful:<br><ul><li>Vitamins (it makes me gag a little, which is so dramatic for me. Haha.)</li>
<li>Pup's Food</li>
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Foods I'm craving:<br><ul><li>Fruits!</li>
<li>Corn</li>
<li>Brownies (boo!)</li>
<li>Burritos</li>
<li>Salad (lettuce, olives, strawberries, feta cheese, cucumbers, tomatoes, nuts)</li>
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I'm craving canned tuna or tuna salad. I'm limiting myself to 1 can/week and I already had some last night. I don't usually eat canned tuna, but right now all I can think about is making some tuna salad, with onions, pickles, sour cream, capers, and a touch of mustard mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/drool.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="drool">:
 

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I'm just starting to get that smell sensitivity. The worst is that I can smell my husband and he is so stinky!! I thought this time would be better because he isn't smoking but I noticed last night as we were getting ready for bed that he has That Smell again. As long as I'm not also experiencing nausea, it's just stinky and not a problem... last time, he slept in another room for 6 weeks, and to have sex he had to douse himself with cologne!! SAD!!! I don't want to do that again!!
 

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I haven't noticed any smell aversions. But last night I had an <i>insane</i> desire for some kind of pizza around 10:00. What I really wanted was the Little Ceasar's Baby Pan Pan from my high school days; I could smell and taste it in my mind! I nearly left the house in search of pizza. I also seem to really desire meat for breakfast. Not sausage or bacon, but full blown hamburgers or hotdogs. With dd, I couldn't get enough of the hamburgers. I would buy fresh sirloin burgers from the meat counter at Whole Foods, and every morning I'd pull out the George Foreman and grill up a burger, complete with mustard, onions and mayo. This time it's Applegate's Great American hotdog that is calling me. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/img/vbsmilies/smilies/eyesroll.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="roll">
 
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