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4270856 tn?1355798754

how mich weight did you gain by 19 weeks?!

i feel like ive gained alot but it doesnt look like alot. how much are you supposed to gain? & how much did  you guys gain??
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Ill be 24 weeks tomorrow last I checked I only gained about five to six pounds but baby is fine and growing on track so far I haven't had any problems
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I've lost about 29lbs and I'm 19+3. But I've had terrible morning sickness.
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4046749 tn?1357103996
I've gained 10 pounds and I'm 23w, I gained 9 by 20 weeks. :/ although my doctor says I'm right on track I feel huge and disgusting. With my first pregnancy I had only gained 4 pounds by week 20.
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3419238 tn?1353081771
I gained 15lbs by 20+4
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When I had put on about 10 pounds by then. I'm 31+2 now. And I have put on 37 pounds. Each body is different and I was very slim pre pregnancy. So you can't really tell how each body will react.
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4372583 tn?1358902146
I'm 19+2 and I've gained 1lb. To be fair, I'm plus size and I've had nausea and food aversions the whole time, though. Just started gaining the last 2 weeks cause the nausea has ebbed.
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I'm 33 weeks today and I have gained 20. But I have a thicker frame
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3828469 tn?1358462325
Hmm I think about 5 or 6lbs by 19 weeks. I'm 32 wks and Ive gained 12lbs so far  
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