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    Well aren't you lucky @Kazza78
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    I think genetics really play a big part and the way you whilst your pregnant, pre pregnancy weight was 53kg I put on 10kg at full term and a month postpartum I was 50kg (breastfeeding) and still an 50kg at 10 months postpartum. I think watching what you eat, eating healthy fats and drinking lots of water is good! Although I ate junk while he was pregnant that was my craving 😁

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    My DS is 15 weeks and I've lost about half of the 14kg I put on. I'm doing the exercise I was doing before I was pregnant and trying (not always succeeding!) to eat well. I'm not stressing though - 9 months on, 9 month off, as they say!

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    @Belle201 yeah that's a good motto to run by and it's good that you're not stressing about it

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    Nothing. I gained 16 kg, lost 12 in the first week and another 8 in the next couple of months, so I'm 4 kg lighter than when I fell pregnant.
    I breastfed for the first month, I think that at the sleep deprivation got rid of it all.
    I've always eaten fairly healthy and exercised regularly.

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    Nothing for me too. Definitely agree with Rose and Aurelia that watching what you eat and trying to stay active while pregnant helps. I put on 12kg with DD, I fit back into my jeans 2 weeks after having her. I'm pg again at the moment, so far have lost weight due to morning sickness, so hoping I don't put on too much this time either, although I think I'll start showing a lot sooner, tummy muscles aren't what they used to be!

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    I didn't gain too much because I didn't go full term - I think I put on around 9-11kg.

    I found the weight melted off me when I was expressing loads of milk/breastfeeding my premmie DS. I would have been slimmer than pre-pregnancy there for a while.

    4 years on and I'm only a little bigger than I was pre-pregnancy.

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    I gained 5kgs in pregnancy and lost it all and more in the first 2 months.

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    I dunno I'm getting weight loss surgery.

    I lost weight with dd my weight hasn't come off after ds preg. In total 40kg between both pregnancies :/

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    Default What did you do to lose weight after pregnancy?

    Quote Originally Posted by anatonge1203 View Post
    Genetics does play a big part so are you at your pre pregnancy weight?
    I was wearing my prepregnancy jeans at dd1s second birthday party, when dd2 was 3 weeks old. But to actually get rid of all the wobbly bits and be back to normal took a bit longer, I seemed to carry a bit of extra flesh until I stopped breastfeeding, then it all just fell away (along with my boobs!)

    I won't give you my actual height and weight as it tends to alienate people to know how low my bmi is.
    Last edited by preggasaurus; 01-05-2015 at 08:30.


 

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