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Pregnancy Weight Gain Calculator

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Calculate how much weight you should gain during your pregnancy, even if you are pregnant with twins. This calculator will also estimate how much weight you should have gained to date, and will give you practical advice for managing your weight during pregnancy.

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guest Mar 24, 2015 06:01:04 AM ET

I am 14 weeks, and before pregnancy, my weight was 127 lb. my current weight is 138 lb already. i need to be careful as at 14 weeks pregnancy, i am 8 lb over weight. best of luck.

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patty Mar 18, 2015 10:38:05 PM ET

I'm 19 weeks and my starting weight was 170 and now i weigh 163. i'm told that i should be gaining, but i don't have much of an appetite. maybe in my last trimester i'll feel hungrier..

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amandaNjason Mar 18, 2015 03:14:51 PM ET

It's all good ladies. i gained 30 pounds the first time, the 2nd time 60, and this 3rd time, i'm 6 months so far and have only gained 10 pounds. this is the least i've gained through all my pregnancies. it will just vary on you, and your food intake when pregnant. watch those late night cravings and junk food. i don't want to gain but the average 25 to 35 pounds. eat 3 meals a day with fruits and veggies for your 3 snacks, no junk food, and take those vitamins ladies. they'll keep you regular, so no back up from pregnancy.

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Guest Mar 17, 2015 11:52:12 AM ET

I'm 16 weeks today, and have gone from 119 to 123 in weight. i'm worried that i'm under weight. what should i do?

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Rose Mar 15, 2015 11:05:52 AM ET

I'm 108 lbs, and 9 weeks pregnant. i don't know if i'm supposed to be gaining weight.

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Amber Mar 13, 2015 08:14:28 PM ET

I'm 32 weeks. i'm 5'9 and have gained 7 lbs so far. i wonder if that is normal?

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hailey Mar 13, 2015 07:28:00 PM ET

I weigh 120 lbs. i weighed myself yesterday. now, i'm 125 lbs and only 4 weeks. thoughts?

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Heather Mar 9, 2015 11:19:53 PM ET

I am 26 weeks along, and have gained 20 lbs. in the last week, my appetite and calorie intake has decreased. i also feel and look as if i've lost a few pounds.

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Abby1102 Mar 9, 2015 02:23:55 PM ET

Hi, i'm 16 weeks and gained 10 lbs. this has scared me, because i had only gained 3 lb by 14 weeks, so i have no idea where this has come from. i am eating a bit more, nothing crazy though. i go to the gym 3 times a week, and try to walk 10,000 steps a day. i am getting really worried as i gained a lot during my first pregnancy, so i've been trying to be careful. but, i am still gaining more than i should be. any advice please? thanks so much xx

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lilmama1170 Mar 9, 2015 11:05:38 AM ET

I'm only 5 foot tall. i was 127 lbs when i found out i was pregnant. now, at 19 weeks i weigh 123.5. my ob said i needed to start gaining weight, but baby is growing well. i don't have much of an appetite. is anyone else going through this?

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