I'm 5'10" normally around 140lb.
1st pregnancy: 28lb
5th so far 20lb (I'm 33wks).
Oh just to give you an idea I believe someone who is normal weight pre-pregnancy should gain about 25-30lbs. Someone who is under 30-35. (So I've been told).
Personally as long as the baby is doing well please don't stress over the amount of weight you've gained. I know its easier said then done...I'm mad that I have already put on more then my last pregnancy but my last gain was unhealthy.
Good luck with the rest of your pregnancy!
I'm 5'5" and gained 25 lbs, maybe a couple more, last full-term pregnancy.
I have never had a doc tell me my weight was too much - I think your doctor is off his rocker
first baby I was 98 got preggo 150 delivered - lost it all quickly (I was MUCH younger then)
next baby - 110 start - 140 deliver - lost it is about 4 - 5 months 105 by five months after birth
next twins - start at 115 (after all the meds etc so you can say 105 or 115) 120 at 20 qeeks - then gained 32 more poiunds by 35 weeks - lost it all within 3 weeks of delivery
next twins - start same place - no weight gain at all till 17 weeks - 120 pounds for weeks 18 - 24 - then gained around 20 pounds steadily for next 12 weeks - lost 3 pounds on bed rest - I am at 110 - 115 - have more to lose - they are 8 months old
With my first: 80 lbs ( I know, ridiculous, but I lost all of it plus)
With my second: 25lbs ( He is now 4 months and I have 10 to lose)
Normal weight gain during pregnancy (if your pre- pregnancy weight was normal) is between 25- 35 lbs. For underweight people they say to gain more, with obese people they say gain less). Don't stress though, with both pregnancies I gained the majority of my weight by 20 weeks then gained hardly anything the last half.
1st baby 25 lbs
2nd baby 35 lbs
3rd baby 15 lbs
4th baby- im 36.3 weeks and I have gained 17 so far. I am really trying to gain more but nothing is working.
I think your weight gain so good. I would just keep doing what your doing and not stress too much:)