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10 Common Pregnancy Cravings demystified – You cannot miss the fourth one!

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  1. Veera Junnila says:

    Beautifully written text, I loved to read it! Thank you for sharing this!
    https://byveera.blogspot.fi/2017/06/from-porto-to-pinhao-by-boat.html

  2. Yadira says:

    OMG! My baby just turned 5 months yesterday and it’s funny how I was just having memories of my pregnancy days so I can relate to your post. Congrats to the expecting mother reading this.

  3. Interesting cravings for interesting reasons! I craved chocolate milk like it was my job.

  4. blackgirlzen says:

    I never thought there were that many craving! It is a nice layout and good information.

  5. Yadira says:

    Thank you for sharing this post I relate in some way

  6. Pile says:

    It’s a beautiful post , keep coming up with such posts.

  7. Erika says:

    Thanks god I didn’t have any crazy cravings!!

  8. Vicki Law says:

    I’m not pregnant but I have cravings for chocolate all the time.

  9. Geek says:

    Good info .thank you

  10. Long time since I was pregnant – have 4 adult children now – but I remember that my cravings were ice cream – could eat bucket of it. Its a dairy product so I most likely lacked Calsium. I ended often up freezing on the coach from eating to much cold ice cream 🙂

  11. Christiana says:

    Very nice and interesting post. Can’t wait to go through this phase of life. 🙂 who knows what I would be craving.

  12. Tahnee says:

    Anything sour for me lol I was so bad my mouth would bleed 🙈🙈🙈

  13. Syrine says:

    Thanks for sharing! Your text is beautifully written with so many details.

  14. Sarah says:

    I’ve also have heard most of these but it’s funny, I was pregnant 3 times and never had specific cravings. I just wanted to EAT! LOL

  15. Ramona Spires says:

    I don’t recall many cravings when I was pregnant. This was a really nice post.

  16. ramiz says:

    yeah ı was curious Why are they so specific?

  17. That is really great info. thanks for sharing.

  18. Cravings are no joke! Thanks for the post.

  19. Travel Tips says:

    I went directly to the forth one! Yes In fact in Sri Lanka people eat Young mangos!

  20. Kemkem says:

    I knew about some of these. Ice is definitely a new one for me. I remember my older sister always craving pickles, something she never liked previously.

  21. kimberly says:

    Interesting! The bit about pickles is funny lol it’s fascinating to see how the body just knows what it needs

    kimberly
    http://www.brunchandgloss.com

  22. Mohit Anand says:

    Got to know more from the list. Detailed post!

  23. I get cravings for lemon and I’m not pregnant. As someone who has no interest in pregnancy this was actually a really interesting read! I say something (with love and kindness) you need to be careful using those images because I know that chocolate one is covered by copyright. Unless you purchased that stock, then I apologise. Just be careful. I read some blogger was sued and had to settle for the price of a brand new car. Good luck xo.

  24. Tori says:

    Very handy to know – I’m looking forward to the day when I have pregnancy cravings!

  25. jhilmil says:

    I was crazy for sweets & “Pani poori – it is so chatpata”;). Those days were really amazing when food came into picture, lol
    http://www.mommyinme.com

  26. Important information for all the parents out there,

  27. yolonda says:

    That’s interesting…I craved rare meat which I actually hate any other time.

  28. Yes, women crave different things during pregnancy. Some of the items brought back memories. Thanks for sharing!

  29. Filled Cup says:

    I always craved red meat and I was definitely low on iron. So true!

  30. My wife needs to see this

  31. Alison says:

    I have craved everything on this list except coffee. I normally drink coffee by the pot, but during my first pregnancy, the smell of coffee gave me nausea! The second and third time, I just had less of a desire to drink it…

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