If your stomach doesn't tell you when you're full, be careful to keep your meals small at this point. While you're reaching a point where the fullness perception due to swelling is subsiding, you can still get yourself into an uncomfortable situation if you're not careful. Like Ali, I was still not able to eat much at 7 weeks...I'd get full pretty quickly. Some, though, don't have that experience, and need to self-regulate intake.
Glad to hear you're enjoying food!
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