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losing weight

I'm 10 weeks and I've lost 8 pounds. Anyone else? I'm not trying to lose weight at all. It just happened.
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It is common in the first trimester because nausea, vomiy ting and sometimes lack of appitite
9250113 tn?1412108354
Im 10w 6d and i've lost 20 pounds and still going down. Going to the OB tomorrow hopefully I get something for nausea
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Same happened to me!! I lost 10 pounds In less than a month but i had problem getting food into my system because of all the queasiness but weight loss during the first trimester is normal as long as you make sure to drink your prenatal vitamins, that will help you a lot with all the nutrients you and your baby need during weight loss.
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Its mostly normal. I was 120 when I got pregnant and went down to 105. After the sickness was gone all I had was hunger so... Sadly I'm now 165...
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It's very common... I'm 19 weeks pregnant and I have lost 15 lbs and never tried. I also was only 130 when I got pregnant. So all shapes and sizes my doctor said is very common to lose weight.
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They do give out some pills to control nausea. They really work. Good Luck :)
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I don't really puke food just a little bile here and there and I feel like I eat more then normal. Lol. I'm not worried it's just funny.
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I was 3 months and had lost 18 pounds because of morning sickness
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I'm 28 weeks and have lost 10-15 pounds throughout the pregnancy and still haven't gained any. The doctor isn't worried though cause baby girl is growing fine.
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