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Im 17weeks lost 3 lbs from my pre pregnancy weight and never gained from this 17week pregnancy...has anyone experience this? Or experiencing pain in the pelvic muscle its bad at night
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im 18 weeks I lost 10 pounds due to morning sickness. Doctor wasn't concerned just told me to start gaining weight. As for the pain i haven't experience any pain i just feel baby moving.
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I lost 5 pounds but I was a little over weight to begin with, doc was happy. I am 18weeks and gained less than 5 pounds so far... Also I had a lot of pain in my first trimester. Its a little achey/crampy every once in awhile now but nothing like first trimester.
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Im 17 weeks 5days and ive lost 13.6lbs from my pre pregnancy weight an havent gained any yet either the dr hasmt stressed any concern yet.
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Im 18 weeks and have lost about 5 pounds so far, I weigh in at 1 pound less at every appt. I have another  appt. next week and I'm curious to see if I've gained anything yet. My doctor isn't concerned tho, baby is growing big and healthy :)
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I'm 22 weeks and I've lost 22 pounds
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I thought i was doing bad....but looking here that everyone's losing weight consoles me.

I am 17 weeks n have lost 2-3 pounds. From 110 pounds to currently 108. Morning sickness made me vomit every other day. I heard around 20 weeks we feel better...may be then i will gain weight

I heard from 20weeks
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