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    I'm jealous of all the "losers"!
    I'm too scared to get back on the scales! not feeling fat - just large in my belly!

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    I was gaining gradually until I got very unwell with a nasty gastro when I was 24 weeks, and ended up quickly at pre-pregnancy weight.

    Now at 29 weeks I'm floating between 1.5-2kg up from my original starting weight.

    It's the first time in pregnancy I haven't put on a stack of weight, with my other 3 children, I'm sure i was at least 10kg up at this point...

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlyboo View Post
    I was gaining gradually until I got very unwell with a nasty gastro when I was 24 weeks, and ended up quickly at pre-pregnancy weight.

    Now at 29 weeks I'm floating between 1.5-2kg up from my original starting weight.

    It's the first time in pregnancy I haven't put on a stack of weight, with my other 3 children, I'm sure i was at least 10kg up at this point...
    That sounds good and bad all at once!
    Bad that you got gastro but to be only a few kgs up at 29 weeks - awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsleesey View Post
    That sounds good and bad all at once!
    Bad that you got gastro but to be only a few kgs up at 29 weeks - awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!
    LOL, my thoughts exactly - now that I'm feeling well again, I'm actually a bit glad it's helped me not put on so much this time around!!

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    You were sick for ages girlyboo I'm glad youre better now!

    I weighed in at my doctor last night, 4.5kg up at 27+3 so reasonably happy with that

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    hi girls

    well done everyone on the small gains.

    I'm up 5kg ish at 31 weeks.

    Finally gained 1 kg in 8 weeks but I've had a growth spurt so can see it going up steadily again.

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    17 weeks, and I am up 4kg

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    At 24w I'm now up 2kgs! Oh well the baby is growing heaps now!

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    I'm 16w 5days with twins and have put on 2kg in the past 2 weeks. I didn't put on anything in the first trimester.

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    Weighed myself again and I'm still up 3kgs at 27+4. Feeling pretty good


 

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