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    And I have lost weight!

    I lost my IVF weight gain immediately, then another kilo, I'm eating and not sick so I can only attribute it to my metabolis being more efficient now I'm pregnant.

    I dunno.

    Definitely growing a little belly though in spite of weight loss.

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    Ohhh I'd forgotten about the weight loss! I lost about 4kg in early pregnancy!

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    I gradually lost about 8kgs up till 22wks without ms or nausia, just by only eating healthy foods. I was working in a fish and chip shop at the time, so what've I wanted was at my disposal! (boss allowed us to cook ourselves meals) but I just didn't want to feed bub unhealthy foods.

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    I was the same. Fantastic pregnancy only a few odd food aversions in the first trimester. Didn't gain anything until 15 weeks and I was petite. 49kg.

    I've loved being pregnant and I still feel great and I'm 37 weeks tomorrow.

    Everyone told me to enjoy it but I was paranoid until I could feel baby move.

    Oh and congratulations

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    It was like that for me the whole pregnancy. I wouldn't have know I was pregnant if we hadn't been trying and tested. I had a slight nauseous feeling in the arvo but have always been like that when I needed a snack.
    My tummy didn't get out of control, my belly button never even popped.
    i loved the whole time I was pregnant I worked until my belly got in the way as I'm a vet nurse and couldn't bend anymore.
    i even went on a 6,000 km road trip from Darwin to Geelong when I was 34 weeks pregnant so I could have the baby close to family.

    make them most of it and store your energy for when bub gets here!


 

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