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Savannah Dec 24, 2011 10:30:59 AM ET

I started out at 178 and I am 20 weeks and am now only 172. I know it's considered obese, but trust me, I'm not. I think it's horrible that someone on here is ragging on some women for their weight. Haven't you ever heard that muscle weighs more than fat? You're just a Negative Nancy. :P

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WENDY Dec 23, 2011 08:53:57 PM ET

This is so stupid. How do they know how much id muscle or is fat? I can say even being short when i was 130 and 5ft 1in i was a size 5 and it still said at that weight i would be over weight. What are we suppose to be, toothpicks! We are already getting bigger and cant control it, to be told your overweight or obese to start with is a horrible feeling. Dont believe these silly, stupid charts.

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Kristen Dec 22, 2011 04:50:50 PM ET

Drs say its normal to lose weight but too much could be bad. I was 149 pre pregnancy and then by my 14th week i lost four 1/2 pounds. im now 147 at 17 weeks and hardly exercise but eat rather healthy. plus i can hardly keep anything down. everyone is different.

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Trish Dec 21, 2011 10:35:37 PM ET

It so sad girls have to be mean to each other about their waight. It is just a makes you look bad. As if you were trying to make up for you own short commings. And I think taht Miss CC has plenty. She took it upon herself to try to hurt some poor insucure lil mama on a suport site. We will not stand for it shame on you!

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ch Dec 21, 2011 06:26:32 AM ET

I'm 5"4 in weighed 173 pre pregnancy in I'm 31 weeks prego now in weigh 188 should I be worried??

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tracey Dec 20, 2011 06:49:32 PM ET

What a load of rubbish, apparently I was underweight before pregnancy now i'm already over what I should be at full term yet i'm only 28weeks! I'm neat for my date and very fit due to swimming and walking. I wouldn't be too concerned about whats meant to be the perfect size!

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MamaLove Dec 20, 2011 04:56:03 PM ET

CC u need to calm down and leave that poor lady alone. u dont want to hear anything about ur weight, especially when u are pregnant! have some respect n calm ur tude.

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Lex Dec 20, 2011 03:38:02 PM ET

Muscle does not weigh more than fat. one pound of fat and one pound of muscle both weigh one pound. so one pound of anything = one pound.

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Sara Dec 19, 2011 11:58:27 PM ET

I was 155 lbs before I got pregnant and now at 25 weeks I am 176. Im 5'8, but I feel really good (even though it said I have gained 4 lbs over). I got into weight lifting before my pregnancy so I have alot of muscle that I have gained these past few weeks. I just am so paranoid about gaining weight because with my first I gained 63! I just feel so ravenous! lol. I work out and try and stay fit, I just cant control the eating.

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Danielle Dec 19, 2011 09:50:33 PM ET

I like how simple this is to use. I was underweight at first, 95lbs, and only 5'3, at 19 weeks pregnant. I have gained 17lbs. It says I should weigh between 104-108 now and I am dead on at 107. :) My plan is to be 125-130 by 40 weeks and it says 123-135 so its perfect. Other things have said you need to gain about 30 lbs when your underweight, I am favoriting this!

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