14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I have been a core non vegetarian all my life... But now i have developed a serious aversion for the same. Is it normal? I always feel as if i am diseased due to this aversion.

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Answer: Please don't worry it is normal during pregnancy to have this kind of feeling against some food which is normal and it will be ok after sometime.
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