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    http://www.health.qld.gov.au/nutriti...natal_wght.pdf

    I found this helpful when figuring out how much i should gain

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    Thanks ladies

    C my BMI was 30 when I fell, I'd just started Duromine.
    Will have a chat to my OB. I don't want to deprive myself or baby but I do want to be healthy.

    Thanks for the link DE!

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    with dd i gained 20 kg's... lost 23 kgs and with ds i only put 9 on.

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    I've lost 9 kgs since the beginning of my pregnancy, I'm 16 weeks now and have just put on my first kilo! I was nauseas but never ill so I blame my poor appetite, although I've always eaten!

    77 kgs now which is the weight I last was at the age of 18, I'm happy

    But also realistic, my mum put on 23 kgs with me so I'm hoping mine won't be that extreme!

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    I was 87 when I conceived, and I've put on about 17kg at 29 weeks. Just through overeating, really. I have had ongoing morning sickness, but I take drugs for it which allows me to eat, but still leaves me a bit fatigued to exercise so it's like the worst of both worlds. Oh, and just the excessive consumption of chocolate, for which I have no excuse.

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    Hi.

    I was overweight before my pregnancy and didnt really gain much - less than 5 kg. I had no appetite what so ever. After the birth I weighed 10 kg less than my pre pregnancy weight. (Put it all back on now!)

    Good luck


 

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