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So,  I'm 14 weeks along and I just keep losing weight.  I don't really get it.  In the early weeks a had terrible all day sickness so I understood when I lost weight then,  but around 10-11 weeks it had almost subsided completely and I was able to eat normally.  Since then I haven't been able to gain even a single pound, in fact I've lost even more weight, and it's starting to worry me. Is anyone else experiencing this or know something I could try to make some healthy gains?    
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I'm so glad I'm not alone.  Thanks ladies!
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I'm also losing weight and I was told its from getting sick and because it's all going to the baby. They also said your weight will go up and down till your 3rd trimester.
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I'm 15 weeks (as of yesterday) and Ive lost at least 10lbs. I currently still experience morning sickness but its finally down to actually just morning now. Lol. As long as baby is healthy/growing properly and you are too.. It should be fine.
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I have the same problem. I was heavy when I got pregnant (245) now I am down to 234, I was sick all day, everyday my first trimester, now I'm 14 weeks and haven't had any sickness lately but still no weight gain.
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I lost 11 lbs during the first trimester, and I'm 15w+2 now and I've lost a total of 14 lbs.  I had no appetite for the longest, but now that I do, I'm still not gaining either.  And I am FULLY embracing "eating for 2" this week... And nothing.  I feel you.  But as long as your baby is healthy, and you ARE eating sufficiently, you should be fine.
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