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    Quote Originally Posted by sammymac View Post
    Hi Ladies, I am 24w4d pregnant and my BMI is a massive 54! :-(
    I am really worried that the pressure of my stomach fat will squash my baby! I know that the uterus is a muscle and its strong, but will the weight push down on my uterus and squash bubs?! :-(
    No. Bub is safe.

    I have had 4 pregnancies at that bmi or higher.
    All were normal pregnancies and all natural births.

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    My current Bmi is 30, 84kgs.
    Before my daughter it was 37, 101kgs.

    I didn't have any complications with my daughter so I'm hoping this will be another uncomplicated pregnancy. I'm going to try not to gain much weight. Last time I kept it to a 5kg gain and my daughter was born at 3.88kgs!

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    Hi there does anyone know where is good to buy plus size maternity clothes?

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    GRRRRR! It really bothers me that medical staff are so rude about weight during pregnancy.

    WE GET IT, WE HAVE EYES AND WE HAVE TO LOOK AT OURSELVES IN THE MIRROR EVERY DAY! I hate being told what i already know and made to feel bad or like im doing something unsafe for my unborn child.

    My BMI is 39 pre pregnancy, i put on 20+kg during my first pregnancy, hated myself and the extra back pain etc from being so heavy and only 3kg so far this pregnancy so doing well. But im in the same boat- dont diet during pregnancy but dont put on weight either- what the heck are we supposed to do then?!?

    Every single woman should be assessed individually as to her dieting need if overweight or obese and not just told the generic info we dont need to hear. Some support would go a long way with beating depression during pregnancy

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