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solescobar Oct 10, 2014 08:37:32 PM ET

I'm 22, 5'5", and weigh 170 lbs, but i'm active with my 1 year old, and make my own meals.

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Emma Oct 9, 2014 11:22:52 AM ET

I'm 20, 5'2, and 33 weeks pregnant. i weigh 11 stone. am i overweight?

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guest Oct 7, 2014 11:26:25 AM ET

I'm 29 weeks and 6 days. my baby's weight is 2 lbs and 14 in. is that normal? my weight is 183 lbs.

Rebecca Oct 10, 2014 02:59:44 PM ET

I had my daughter at 31 weeks. she weighed exactly 3 lbs. it sounds like you're right on track!! good luck!!

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Guest Oct 5, 2014 04:02:02 AM ET

I am age 25, 5'4", and weight is 43 kg. now i'm 8 weeks. is it ok?

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julie Oct 3, 2014 10:28:45 PM ET

We gain weight when we are pregnant. it's normal. i gained total of 60 lbs in my pregnancy starting at 121 lbs and finishing at 176 lbs. i'm still trying to get some of it off. i had a c-section, and it's really hard to get your pre-tummy back.

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Guest Oct 2, 2014 11:19:42 AM ET

I'm 7 months pregnant, and my baby weighs 3 lbs. is that normal?

Guest Oct 2, 2014 11:35:33 PM ET

Yes, very normal. you still have 8 to 10 weeks. baby will gain most weight near end of pregnancy.

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thanisha Oct 1, 2014 09:11:52 AM ET

When i was 29 weeks and 1 day, i weighed 190 lbs.

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Alina Sep 24, 2014 11:15:55 AM ET

I'm 24 years old, 5'3, and started out at 124 lbs in the beginning. i lost about 6 lbs, which comes to 118 lbs in my first trimester. now, i' 34 weeks pregnant and my weight is 141 lbs. is that good?

alex Oct 3, 2014 01:58:51 PM ET

It's a bit low, but if your doctor isn't concerned, you should be fine.

Alina Oct 8, 2014 01:30:54 AM ET

Yes, the doctor says i'm fine and that the baby is healthy, and i shouldn't worry about my weight. now i'm 36 weeks and weight 144 so i'm going up pretty fast now. :)

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maro 23 sep 2014 Sep 23, 2014 12:55:00 AM ET

Hi. i am 20 years old, and now in week 23. before pregnancy my weight was 65 lbs. now i am 67 lbs. is it okay?

alex Oct 3, 2014 02:00:03 PM ET

You mean 167lbs, i hope! if you were overweight to begin with, then you are probably fine. just check with your doctor.

Njaa Oct 4, 2014 02:40:48 AM ET

I'm just under 4'10 and i weighed 86 pounds when i was your age. i was extremely skinny and borderline unhealthy, so i really hope you are kidding around. i can't even wrap my mind around being that underweight unless you are 3 feet tall. if you are serious, you must not be seeing an obgyn. otherwise, he or she would be very concerned and you'd already know the answer to your question. 65 pounds is on the verge of starvation as is. being so underweight to begin with and then only gaining two pounds as you're entering your sixth month is just outrageous. if you are, in fact, as small as you say, then i would strongly recommend that you get some prenatal care immediately. good luck.

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Ashley Sep 22, 2014 09:34:54 AM ET

I'm 5'3 and my pre-pregnancy weight was 96 lbs. i'm now 26 weeks n 3 days. but at 24 weeks and 3 days the doctor said i weigh 128 lbs. i'm concerned about if i gaining enough for my son to grow and be a nice healthy size baby boy.

Njaa Oct 4, 2014 02:46:50 AM ET

That's exactly what my pre-pregnancy weight was as well, but i'm only 128 lbs now, and i am almost 36 weeks. my weight is healthy, so i know for sure you are gaining plenty of weight to be the same as me with 10 weeks behind me. no worries.

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