Yes, vomiting at all and a reduction in appetite can make you lose weight in early pregnancy.
Your weight doesn't matter - you can get pregnant no matter what.
You develop stretch marks from gaining weight, or pregnancy, but not from losing weight.
Well it depends if you are overweight, then your doctor will tell you to watch wat you eat because obesity may be a reason for your pregnancy to be high risk, but most women who expierence nausea and vomiting lose some weight in the beginging.
It is possible to lose weight well being pregnant... just be careful to monitor how much you lose-- Losing to much is bad for the baby.
Fast diets can be effective when losing weight. Some people rather get the weight off soon as possible. However losing weight fast maybe hard to maintain keeping the weight off. This is your ultimate goal.
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.
There is a direct link between breastfeeding your baby and losing weight after a pregnancy. You can find out more about this on the Web MD website, under Pregnancy.
No it is not normal to lose a great deal of liquid during pregnancy if it results in loss of weight, a pregnant female must be ganing weight. If the fluid loss is due to vomiting, this is normal. But if you believe you are vomiting more than normal, and causing you to lose weight, this is called hyperemisis gravidum, and your Dr. can treat you.
It's possible; Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue * nausea/vomiting * increased sense of smell * weight gain Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/
You can start losing weight right away, but it will vary from individual to individual. Anorexia is an actually an eating disorder characterized by eating an unusually small amount of food and often vomiting it back up. It is unhealthy.
For most women, a twenty to thirty pound weight gain, not loss, is ideal. It's not so much about losing weight during pregnancy, but eating healthy foods and getting physical activity.
You should take your kitty to the vet asap!
Nursing mothers often lose weight more quickly, but on average one to two pounds a week.
Pregnancy weight loss is not always a healthy idea. Women should gain weight during pregnancy and the best advice is to maintain body fat levels during pregnancy to avoid gaining too much weight. Eating a healthy diet along with mild exercise, as prescribed by a doctor, will help pregnant woman maintain a healthy weight during pregnancy. Losing weight after pregnancy is the best plan of action. Attempting to lose weight while pregnant could harm the development of the baby. If the mother has a normally poor diet, eating healthier foods during pregnancy will result in a natural and healthy pregnancy weight loss.
hey I think I have got an answer to your question! It is not that hard toanswer it! :)Losing weight means that first you were heavy and when you are losing weight you are going to be lighter then you were. That does not mean that the weight you lost is fat, it is also possible that you lost muscles or overflowing skin.When you are losing fat it means that you are taking exercise (or not) and that you are getting lighter by losing fat. In that case it is clear that the weight you lost is fat.Do you understand?You are welcome!If you can, look to my question sometime and give an answer, it is really important!Bye bye!
Without a pregnancy test, the only thing you can do is look for physical signs of pregnancy. Ex. Nausea/vomiting Weight gain breast sensitivity and swelling Fatigue/tiredness
It works. But that doesn't mean it's healthy, nor does it mean you want to be losing that weight (you don't burn off fat, you waste away muscle and tissue).
Losing weight and sweating can be symptoms of a larger issue, but no, losing weight will not automatically cause sweating.
There is no patron saint of losing weight.
how is respiration important in losing weight
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.
No. If you already are at, or below your recommended weight losing more isn't a great idea. Likewise one should be careful about dieting during pregnancy.
Repeated, frequent vomiting, and unexplained weight loss are abnormal. Take your cat to the Vet.