With my first I had already gained 10 lbs by now. I am 14 weeks and I am still 1.5 lbs under prepregnancy weight. I am hoping the Dr doesn't say anything at my next appt.
Every pregnancy and every person is different. But it is totally normal not to gain any weight or lose weight in the beginning. Just make sure you are taking your prenatals and eating as well as you can. I didnt start gaining weight until I was almost 20 weeks and baby was healthy and all was good.
Count yourself luck because I wish I hadnt gained so much
I am 19wks and have only lost weight, my dr is okay with it as long as I am eating enough and the baby is continuing to develop properly.
Im 20weeks and havent gained anything and my doctor said the baby is doing great still and im having a boy.
Im 29 weeks and haven't gained any weight either.... my doctor just attributed it to me losing weight at the same time baby is gaining it and isn't concerned about it... I asked about it at my last appt and they said I was fine... I have since been diagnosed with gestational diabetes and im sure with this diet ill be losing and not gaining weight..
I wouldn't be concerned at all , just it's different for your body this time ;) be happy and consider yourself lucky . 11 weeks is still so early
Im also on my third child I had started gaining weight with my other 2 by now I'm 15-16 weeks and weigh one pound less then when I got pregnant but my doctor said it probably had to do with me being so nauseous and sick my first trimester
I'm 30 weeks and have only gained 4lbs. Dr saw me yesterday and was not concerned, said I'll likely add another 10lbs before I deliver but baby girl has been and still is growing healthy and right on track. Don't put too much pressure on yourself with weight, everyone's body takes pregnancy different. Enjoy the beauty of the whole experience!
I am almost 21 weeks and I've gained 10 lbs but I didn't really start gaining until around 12 or 13 weeks and it wasnt alot at that time, maybe 2-4 lbs. I started gaining more steadily after 16 weeks. So maybe that's what will happen to you!