Hi all. Can anyone help me. I am 14 weeks pregnant and keep loosing 1-2 pounds a week.Iam eating very well and not doing anyrhing i shoyldnt be. All info l read says l should be putting weight on. On my last check the baby was a healthy size on the scan. Should l be worried.
I wouldn't worry unless your doctor says to. Baby can grow and you are capable of loosing weight. I did up until I hit about 6 months. I'm actually excited because it looks like I might loose a few pounds in delivery. MOST of your weight gain comes the last trimester :).
I lost weight in the beginning im 6 months and have gained about 20 pounds but gradually my dr has not made a peep about my weight i think as long as its gradual and the baby is growing you're ok :) maybe try pigging out a bit or find someone like my husband he shoves food towards my face and says feed my baby! Thats prob where the 20 pounds came from lol
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