my dr. told me he likes women to only gain a total of 25 lbs since it's healthier for the mother and just fine for the baby at 30 weeks I would think you'd only want to have gained 16-18 since you gain more towards the end ( lots of puffiness anyways ) but everyone is different. It also may depend what you weighed when you got pregnant. An overweight woman who is being careful what she eats may not put on any weight. A slender woman may put on 40 pounds or more. The baby will take all the nourishment it needs.
Normal weight gain depends on your weight before pregnancy. If you are underweight you should gain 35 lbs, normal weight you should gain 25 lbs and if you are overweight you should gain 15 lbs. By 19 weeks you should have gained around 1/3 of the appropriate amount for you size.
How much weight you gain during your pregnancy depends on how much you weighed prior to getting pregnant. If you were at a healthy weight prior to getting pregnant, you should gain 25-35 pounds during pregnancy. This breaks down to 1-5 pounds during the first trimester, and approximately 1 pound a week for the remaining duration of your pregnancy. So, at 18 weeks, you should have gained 6-10 pounds by now. If you are overweight, you should only gain 15-25 pounds during your pregnancy, if you are obese, you should only gain 11-20 pounds. However, if you are underweight, you should gain 28-40 pounds during your pregnancy. If you are having more than one baby, the amount of weight you should gain is higher. Your doctor will be monitoring your weight gain. If you have any questions or concerns, make sure you discuss it with your doctor at your next appointment.
An ideal pregnancy weight gain starts with the addition of seven to 10 pounds in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy. Most pregnant woman don't gain much in the first 2-3 months.
Yes, average weight gain during pregnancy is about 1 kilo per week.
yes usually you gain weight when your pregnant because of the baby inside you and most women gain weight till 3 weeks after birth
2kg's but it was also Christmas to that was a factor too! Most women gain a couple pounds of water weight in the first few weeks of pregnancy. Since the baby to be only weighs a couple ounces weight gain early on is minimal.
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.
Not normally because the baby is tiny
suggested weight gain depends on your prepregnancy BMI. But a good rule of thumb is 5-6 lbs in your first trimester then 1 lb per week during your second and third weeks. Total weight gain should be around 31lbs.
Depending on ethnicity, heredity and nutrition given during pregnancy, average weight gain should be some where between 10 to 12.5 kg.
Hello - If you had your period AFTER you had sex, then you are not pregnant hun. A woman will not gain weight around her abdomonen due to pregnancy until she is 2 months plus. But a pregnant Woman can gain water weight in her abdomomen or a bloated tummy which is a sign of pregnancy.
A woman at 31 weeks of pregnancy can expect to gain a lot of weight. It is in the third trimester that the baby gains a lot of weight that may lead to back pain symptoms in the expecting mother.
There are a lot of places in order for one to find out a pregnancy weight gain calculator. However, it is suggested that one should check out from the website baby2see.
i am 20 weeks too!!! i have gained 10 pounds this is my second child i started off at 132lbs and now at 142lbs. i didn't gain any weight last pregnancy until i was 6 or 7 months but it comes quicker this time around. but what i am told at 20 weeks we should be up to about 15 lbs as far as i know.
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.
When one is 35 weeks pregnant, one can expect to gain about 25 to 29 lbs in weight. The baby should be moving downwards towards the pelvis region at 35 weeks pregnancy.
I have found an excellent website that will answer all of your "weight-gain-during-pregnancy" questions. The link is: http://www.americanpregnancy.org/pregnancyhealth/eatingfortwo.html It's The American Pregnancy Association's website's section on weight gain during pregnancy, but I think the advice there is good all over the world!!!
Gaining any or some weight during the first trimester depends on your weight to begin with. You can gain none, two pounds, or six. It really does just depend on you starting weight.My source was: caloriecount.about.com/forums/pregnancy.../gain-first-trimester(It's a great website for weight, how to lose it, and all questions.)
There is nothing from the standpoint of becoming infected with a parasite or bacterium that you should be worried about from managing fish. The potential for you to be lifting excessive weight is something you should avoid.Now, for something completely off-topic:Normal weight gain depends on your weight before pregnancy. If you are underweight you should gain 35 lbs, normal weight you should gain 25 lbs and if you are overweight you should gain 15 lbs. By 19 weeks you should have gained around 1/3 of the appropriate amount for you size.
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.
about 2 pounds if you want to be healthy
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.
It depends on your weight before pregnancy. The average weight gain for a healthy woman of average build is between 25 and 35 lbs.
If you're in good shape, and you didn't gain excess weight, you should be back to "normal" in about 6 weeks (that's within 90% of your old condition).