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Pregnancy cravings might see you might reach for previously hated foods in place of favourite meals you can no longer stomach.
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Craving a nice handful of dirt, or a crunchy stick of chalk? No, you're not losing it - you're just experiencing pica.
You've heard about the morning sickness and cravings, but there's plenty more in store for you in pregnancy,
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High on the list of questions from expectant mums is: "What should I eat to keep my baby healthy?"
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Up to 80 per cent of pregnant women get morning sickness - and not just in the mornings.