Before I got pregnant I weighed between 130-140. when I went in to get a pregnancy test done, I was 3 Weeks pregnant, and weighed 146. Went back the next month out so, I weighed 136. My weight has been steady since. I am 20+6, sure may 24th.. Any of you weight about the same before pregnancy? if so, how much do you or did you weigh at 20-21 Weeks?
With my first I gained 35 pounds and with my second I only gained 4 pounds I am 23 weeks with number 3 and no weight gain yet! Hoping to be back at what I weighed with my first child I weigh 171 and I'm 5'2 so since I'm about 25 pounds over weight my doc says its okay as long as I don't lose more than 5 more pounds! I eat and drink well though!!
I am due 5/24 and am 5'2" and was carrying and extra 20 lbs at conception...have gained 5 lbs so far. Dr said if you are a little over weight before you get pregnant then its not uncommon to gain less weight. All assuming you are eating well and staying active.
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