Every woman is built differently, which means we all carry our babies different. Some out front, which sounds like you, some in their hips ... it all varies, but is nothing to worry about. The weight gain for an underweight woman would be 28-40 pounds. The weight gain for an average woman would be 25-35 pounds, and the weight gain for an overweight woman would be 15-25 pounds. Also I wanted to include how pregnancy weight is distributed. -7 pounds-maternal stores (fat, protein and other nutrients). -4 pounds-increased blood volume. -2 pounds-breast enlargement. -2 pounds-uterus. -7-1/2 pounds-baby -2 pounds-amniotic fluid. -1-1/2 pounds-placenta. I you out. I'm sure your pregnancy is progressing fine and good luck! Stacey
I've always been told from my dieticians that I don't gain enough weight during my pregnancies. I have five kids. I gain a total of 15 lbs. during each pregnancy. But all my babies are healthy with an average birth weight of 7 lbs. Just eat healthy, take your vitatmins, and you don't have to worry about how many pounds you need to gain.
ANSWER: It is different for every woman.I initially lost weight and didn't gain any back until I hit 4 or 5 months. I didn't really start showing until I got to 7 months, but I wasn't worried because the doc kept telling me the baby is doind great. Now I'm 36 weeks/9 months and have gained about 20 pounds. The estimate she will be a week early and only wieigh 6.5 to 7 pounds.
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.
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.
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!!!
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.
Depending on ethnicity, heredity and nutrition given during pregnancy, average weight gain should be some where between 10 to 12.5 kg.
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.
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.
A baby grows inside of you
No, normally there is minimal weight gain during the first trimester, most of the pregnancy weight gain occurs during the second trimester.
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.
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.
Yes, average weight gain during pregnancy is about 1 kilo per week.
Ensure! Good for baby too!
10 to 12.5 kg.
I have heard that it is a good idea to aim between 20-25 pounds of weight gain.
While pregnant, a woman shouldn't gain more than 30pounds through out the entire pregnancy.
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.
if you gain excess weight during your pregnancy it can cause you to have gestational diabetes and you will have to watch your sugar intake and the way you diet and exercise.
Not an extra layer as such. But most women tend to gain weight during pregnancy.
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.
Weight gain is irrelevant during the first trimester. If you had intercourse and missed a period pregnancy is possible.