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13 weeks pregnant and still no weight on

Im 13 weeks and 1 days pregnant. I still havent gained any weight i lost 13lbs since dec. I have an ultrasound tomorw to make sure the baby is growing and as big as it shold be. The babys heart beat is beating fine. So did this happen to anyone?
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7552771 tn?1469929649
It can happen to women if theyve been nauseous or if youre over weight. But it could just happen because you eat normal maybe youre active. It happens its not a big deal as long as baby is growing okay and youre eating and taking your vitamins its normal for some women not to gain weight until leater on in their pregnancy.
7385294 tn?1412105739
Its my second pregnancy. The first one ive gained right away and never lost any this one ive lost 13 lbs so far. Ive been sick since i found out but i havent threw up at all. The first i wasnt sick at all so maybe thats the problem. I was told that maybe the baby is takin all the nutrients from me
7552771 tn?1469929649
Well if youve been sick you probably havent been eating as much as you usually would. I lost 10lbs with my first in the first few months. It happens your weight will come gradually especially once you start eating normal again
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I'm the same! I'm 22 weeks pregnant n so far I've lost about 10 lbs from morning sickness and that stopped around 14 weeks for me but I still have 6 lbs to gain yet before I'm back at my pre pregnancy weight! But the dr said it's totally normal so don't stress over it! I'm actually enjoying it while it lasts lol
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I lost 20lbs until i was 5 months then slowly gained weight. My baby was 6lb 6oz
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