I just made it to by 12 weeks mark which I'm happy I did, but I have a big concern. I have been losing weight not on purpose, prior this pregnancy I was 130 and now I'm down to 114 !!! I know it's not good for the baby but I have uncontrolled nausea and the occasional runs. I'm lost first pregnancy no symptoms what so ever but I'm worried
Don't worry about it hun, some women do lose instead of gain, I'm 29 weeks and still down 10 pounds from my prepregnancy weight. As long as you stay as healthy as you can you'll be just fine :) and symptoms come and go, so don't worry about that either :)
I lost weight my first tri too and just made sure I stayed hydrated, drinking lots of.water during this whole pregnancy helped me sooo much I'm 32 weeks n have only pelvic and back pain to complain about o n stretch marks.pffft
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