Hello @jespah! Thank you for your response! I wasn't sure how popular this forum is and am grateful for some advice. To be honest, this is our biggest problem. We both have full time jobs but he is the one who pays all the bills. Our interests slightly differ (he loves sports and I love anything girly) and our life views also slight differ. He grew up in the 80s and I grew up in the 90s, so I don't relate much to his past. But he knows how to make me smile. He moved to my state for me, he moved for me. He left his old job and found a new job here, to be with me. He left all his friends and has barely made any new friends here. He does spend time at the gym, but most of his time is all for me. I feel like I'm the only person he has, which means a lot to me. Our views on romantic gestures vary greatly, he hates PDA. He will not hold my hand in public and thinks I'm very immature for wanting to. But I think we have a healthy relationship, he takes me out. We do things together. I cook for him, make him dinner. I do almost all the chores around the house, even though we both work full time- which I've gotten use to . But he does get irritated easily at things I do, and sometimes tells me like he feels like I'm a bit too young for him. But we have worked through most of that. Something else he is very adamant about is that he wants to see me gain weight. He is ready for kids! (I am not!) but he wants me to gain weight because he thinks it will be easier for pregnancy. I'm not thinking about pregnancy at all, as that is far off thoughts but I'm trying to gain weight to make him happy. I have even spoken to a doctor about it, and she told me that gaining weight would not change the difficulty of my pregnancy, but my husband doesn't believe her. So I stuff myself to make him happy. I eat normally but I am very small and petite (and I love my body!) but I have a super fast metabolism and its genetic in my family. Anyway I have been literally stuffing myself to the point where my stomach can't hold all the food I've eaten, but I can't seem to keep any of the weight. But he comments about it every single time we eat. So at least I'm trying my best there.
Anyway I can go on and on, the doctor idea does sound good. But he didn't believe the last doctor who told us that gaining weight won't change the difficulty of a pregnancy. So I'm not sure. Maybe setting an appointment with the right kind of doctor who is in the right field could be worth a shot. I appreciate the advice!