It is a necessary biological response for a woman to gain weight during her pregnancy. The weight is added from fat that holds nutrients and water that both provide for and protect the baby. It is not possible to not gain weight during the pregnancy without harming the baby, but there are ways to lose the weight after the birth of the child.
Yes, it is possible, but it is not recommended and it is not healthy to gain that much weight during the first trimester. Most of your pregnancy weight gain should happen during the second trimester.
Weight gain is irrelevant during the first trimester. If you had intercourse and missed a period pregnancy is possible.
One can find a pregnancy weight gain chart by visiting the BabyMed website. Other places that one can find a pregnancy weight gain chart are WebMD and Baby Corner.
You start to gain weight in your second month of pregnancy. Some women do not gain weight until their fourth month in pregnancy. You should always eat healthy when you are pregnant.
Weight gain during pregnancy can greatly affect your health. Excessive weight gain during preganancy can increase the strain on your heart and increase your blood pressure.
Usually what stops weight gain in a pregnancy is that your baby is not getting anymore nutrition causing it not to grow anymore.
You are supposed to gain some weight during pregnancy but not after. Then it's all due to your diet and exercise etc as usual.
No it is not possible to gain weight by just sleeping on your back.
weight gain and gain in appetitate mood swings.
The amount of weight you gain during pregnancy may depend on the weight you were before pregnancy, it also varies heavily for different people. A woman of average weight should gain approximately 25 - 35 pounds during pregnancy, underweight women often gain 28 - 40 pounds whereas overweight women may gain as little as 15 to 25 pounds.