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Weight loss during pregnancy

I wonder if any of you ladies are also experiencing weight loss during pregnancy..
I've already asked my OB about that but they say it's not a problem as long as I keep eating enough and healthy.  

Just want to know if any of you experience something similar at the moment.  (I am almost 14 weeks along in my pregnancy )
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Im 29 weeks and a couple of weeks ago I just started gaining weight. I lost about 15 lbs at first and then stayed the same for a long while.
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Your weight fluxuates a lot during pregnancy, I lost quite a few lbs in mine and then gained more towards the end. As long as your Dr is not worried about it, then you don't have to worry either (:
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I am 16 weeks today and I lost weight from when I found out until now. I was so sick but I am slowly starting to feel better. Good luck.
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It is totally normal that you loose weight i mean every pregnancy and woman is different im currently 31 weeks and 3 days and i was 5 weeks pregnant when i found out i weighed 180 back then now im 168 i havent gained any weight yet i lost about 12 pounds allready i have an appt with ob next monday so ill see if i have gained weight or lost weight again(:
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Hi.I'm 35w i list almost 20lbs my first trimester due to severe morning sickness, but don't worry it all chines back and then some, i have now gained all my weight back plus 11lbs
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I usually lose weight first trimester (I did in first 2 pregnancies though this one I just stayed the same). I make up for it in second and third trimesters though! Nothing to be worried about anyway :)
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