It depends on how much u want to lose and how fast metabolism is some people lose any were from 10 to 20 pounds
You belly will most likely not show in the first two weeks. You will not gain any weight in the first two weeks. You should see a doctor during this time.
Yes. I'm 3 weeks into Weight Watchers and 2 weeks into doing the 30day shred by Jillian Michaels and I've lost exactly 5in of my waist, 2 off my thighs, 2.5 off my hips and 1 off my arms.
starving yourself for weeks
You can get the line on your belly after ten weeks of pregnancy.
Yes, this is normal
At six weeks pregnant the baby is around 10mm big. If you are showing it is probably a distention of your bowel, more than the baby pushing your belly out. I would say that you are not "showing" in the true sense, but it is possible that your belly is sticking out a bit. You are more likely to begin showing at around 10 weeks pregnant.
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.
i am 5 weeks pregnant and my belly isn't hard. is that normal??
I'm 11 weeks pregnant and my belly button has started to get firmer. My belly is also firmer and fuller, which is normal. My belly button is also a bit sore at times...I think this is because around weeks 16-20 it will start to pop out, which is also normal. your worries.
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.
Six weeks is a little early to start gaining weight. Your body is just starting to prepare to gain weight. You will gain more weight during your third month.
From my own experience, I lost weight in the first three months and my bump didn't show till about 16 weeks onwards. From my own experience, I lost weight in the first three months and my bump didn't show till about 16 weeks onwards.